We get a lot of farm visitors, from individuals to large tour groups. People find us many different ways, from word of mouth, mailing lists, community groups (like Slow Food), or from web presence like this blog or Local Harvest. We’ve had groups of school kids, mainland tourists, neighbors, other farmers, all sorts. Some are interested in tea, some in chickens, many in family food self-sufficiency.
Last month we had a large group from the Kona Outdoor Circle:
This coming Saturday is another public farm tour here, organized by mala’ai as part of a series of classes and farm visits. See “It Takes a Garden to Grow a Community” for details.
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