Puna Sugar Farms (Pahoa, Hawai’i)

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Project Components

  • Fertility Self-Reliance
  • Food Self-Reliance
  • Productive Farmscape 
  • Integrated Pond Systems
  • Greenhouse
  • Herb Gardens 
  • Botanical Gardens  
  • Retreat Center 
  • Long Term Timber 
  • Food Forests
  • Multi-Species Windbreak
  • Bamboo Allee

Design Deliverables

  • Goals Summary document 
  • Design Concepts (2ct)
  • Master Plan sheet
  • Installation Timeline 

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