July 17, 2019
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Non-Member Grant Application

The KCFA Grant Voucher Program has ended. None are available. We’d like to ask you to consider Membership in the all-volunteer Kona Coffee Farmers Association (KCFA).    Why Become a Kona Coffee Farmers Association Member?                                                       ... Read More »

Grant is a GO! email: 06/27/2014

The KCFA Grant for B. bassiana has ended. Finally great news to share with you! You may now apply for your Grant Voucher!  Go to www.KonaCoffeeFarmers.org and on the right upper side is an orange box that says: Members Only- Login to manage your Account  Login with your username and password. Click on Grant Voucher Form and proceed. One Voucher per ... Read More »


POINTS IN SUPPORT OF REFORMING THE HAWAII COFFEE LABELING LAW: 1—As a matter of economic theory, if supply goes down, prices go up.  Removing from the supply side what is estimated to be 5 million pounds of fake Kona coffee sold annually in Hawaii (that is, 5 million pounds in packages consisting of 90% foreign coffee with the name “Kona” ... Read More »

October 2014 – The Independent Voice

The Independent Voice Newsletter of the Kona Coffee Farmers Association                                      October 2014 P O Box 5436 Kailua Kona Hawaii 96745 USA www.konacoffeefarmers.org         info@konacoffeefarmers.org Contents September BBQ Letter from Tammy Duchesne Scammer Alert Legislative Update B.bassiana Refresher Workshop KCCF Volunteers Needed Leaf Spot & Berry Blotch Disease Legible Labeling September Rainfall 10 Coffee Facts from Great Britain Recipe ... Read More »

B. bassiana Sprayer Mister program- KCFA email of 9/29/2014

NOTE: all communication must be directed to: mbondera@kohalacenter.org  Aloha Coffee Farmers, The wrinkles in the grant program funding have finally been ironed out and we’re ready to get the Mister-Blowers out to the Huis.   The group of farmers who attended the July 2nd meeting helped design the program. We will have 5 Huis (Holualoa, Keauhou, Kealakehe, Honaunau, Ka’u). Each ... Read More »