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Flower Connected to One Another

At the heart of Hawaiian culture is a reverence for the connectedness of all things: the people, the land, and the many living things that call Kauaʻi home. In this spirit, we are proud to champion a range of community initiatives in support of our island’s kaiāulu.

Stewards of the Land

Hōkūala is committed to preserving the beauty of the Garden Isle through community partnerships, educational programs, coastal clean-ups, and land preservation efforts.

It Takes a Village

One of the pillars of growth at The Farm at Hōkūala includes facilitating the preservation and tradition of Kaua‘i’s canoe plants. The Farm hosts 12 species that are descendants of the original plants the Polynesian voyagers first brought to Hawaiʻi’s shores centuries ago in their outrigger canoes.

National Tropical Botanical Garden, our newest partner, donated a variety of native Kaua‘i plant species to expand The Farm’s collection.

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The Spirit of Aloha

The ancient kahunas of Kauaʻi taught that to embrace the aloha spirit was to live in harmony with all things — a philosophy we strive to impart to Hōkūala Owners and guests through our partnership with Aloha Movement Kauaʻi.

Honoring Our Roots

Hōkūala partners with the Kaua‘i Museum to honor our home and cultural legacy. Located in Līhu‘e, the museum strives “to foster cultural understanding, inspire curiosity, and promote the importance of preserving our island’s unique history for future generations.”