March 19, 2019
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About Kona Coffee

Reminder- Free PR Offer to KCFA Members

If you have not yet taken advantage of this Free PR Offer and would like to do so, please read the notice below and email a pick up request by clicking here: Info@konacoffeefarmers.org.  Providing these items to your customers is a great way to get the “100% Kona Coffee” message to a receptive audience. This summer the KCFA PR & Marketing ... Read More »

KCFA Comments and Suggestions on UH-CTAHR’s 2016 CBB Recommendations

KCFA Comments and Suggestions on UH-CTAHR’s 2016 CBB Recommendations From Mike McMullen: Page 1. The first page of the document should be written as an executive summary.  It should have an introductory paragraph and then include the specific recommendations to farmers.  Page 1 should be able to stand alone and be detached and distributed.  Department chairs, deans, USDA administrators, legislators, ... Read More »

Little Fire Ant Awareness Forum-October 27 from 6-8pm

The Governor’s Office in West Hawai‘i Presents: Little Fire Ant Awareness Forum Thursday, October 27, 2016,  6-8 p.m. (Doors Open @ 5:30 p.m.) Hawai‘i Community College, Palamanui Campus 73-4225 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Room 127 With presenters from: Hawai‘i Ant Lab State of Hawai‘i Department of Agriculture Big Island Invasive Species Committee County of Hawai‘i  Department of Research and Development Little ... Read More »

Promotional Opportunity

  2016 September Membership Drive Sponsorship Opportunity: Our annual September Membership Drive is a time to invite Slow Food USA’s nearly 1 million social media supporters and email list to engage with the Slow Food movement in a deeper way. This year’s campaign theme is “Come to the Table.” We are highlighting the ways Slow Food members celebrate community and ... Read More »

Pruning Workshop Handout

Pruning Coffee – Bob Smith and Bob Nelson www.KonaCoffeeFarmers.org Friday-January 22, 2016 “COFFEE TALK” Presentation 9am WHY:  Coffee trees require yearly pruning to remove unproductive branches and to make space for new vigorous growth.  Coffee verticals have a growth cycle of 3 years.  Maximum production is achieved the 3rd year. Growth thereafter is on a biennial schedule with high yield/low ... Read More »