June 2020 click to view 2020.06_Resources for Hawaii’s Agriculture Industry_FINAL
A Must Read. Board Member Sandra Scarr Op-Ed is here: https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020/01/07/editorial/island-voices/column-protect-the-good-name-of-hawaiian-coffee-from-10-blends/
‘Failed database’ opens isles to threat of pests, audit says 7/13/2017 Honolulu Star-Advertiser By Susan Essoyan email@example.com photo credit: DENNIS ODA / 2014 The coconut rhinoceros beetle is an invasive species that poses a threat to Hawaii’s environment.“How can you identify and mitigate today’s threats — let alone tomorrow’s — when you are using yesterday’s…
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Coffee Linked to Decreased Risk of Colorectal Cancer The University of Southern California (USC) Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center issued the following news release: New study links coffee consumption to decreased risk of colorectal cancer Whether you like your coffee black, decaf, half-caff or even instant, feel free to drink up. Researchers at the University of…
Here is Ms. Harden’s review of what the USDA is doing in Hawaii click to read>>> Krysta Harden.04-30-3015Honolulu Star-Advertiser US Deputy Secretary of Agriculture and US Senator Mazie Hirono met with KCFA Members and others on April 10, 2015. photos here
A beautiful day at the Kona Living History Coffee Farm with USDA Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden, US Senator Mazie Hirono, HDOA Chair Soott Enright and Rob Curtiss, PBARC’s Tracy Matsumoto and CTAHR’s Andrea Kawabata. Members of the Kona Coffee Farmers Association were also in attendance.