Kahakuloa… Uncle Oliver’s taro farm

Mahalo to Hannah Bernard of Hawai’i Wildlife Fund for organizing our visit, and to Uncle Oliver and Aunty Val Duklow for opening up their home in Kahakuloa valley.
The Duklows have returned to their Hawaiian roots through restoration of their family’s farm and taro patches. They open their home and lifestyle to Hawaiian youth and their families in the hopes that their off the grid living (with no modern power or electricity) serve as a model and a place where they can return and quite literally regain their ancestral roots.

One thought on “Kahakuloa… Uncle Oliver’s taro farm

  1. Hi, wonderful images and a spectacular experience, I’d love to venture out to Kahakuloa and am interested to contact Uncle Oliver for a demonstration, please shoot me an email, thanks!

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