Reforest, Protect & Rebuild Western Molokai
"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the second best time is now."
-Ancient Chinese Proverb
Preservation of Open Spaces
With over 30,000 acres of invasive plants open spaces on the west end a significant investment is required to:
- Replant Native Species
- Stop Soil Erosion
- Restore the Aquifer
- Protect Limu & Native Fish
The Malama Ulu Master Plan is focused on a 20 year process to redevelop the agricultural resources of Molokai to the historic breadbasket of Hawaii. By investing in our people and developing variety of affordable farm sites to rebuild our legacy and community.
Reestablishing the agricultural economy of Molokai with investments to support farmers with:
- Land, Supplies & Equipment
- Food Safety & Processing
- Market/Product Development
- Training & Development