Turtle Bay Mauka Lands Community Gardens
Aloha from the Turtle Bay Mauka Lands Community Gardens
Turtle Bay Resort and Pono Pacific announce the Turtle Bay Mauka Lands Community Gardens, a collection of 30 plots located along the makai side of the resort’s storied agricultural lands reserved for community use. A gathering place that celebrates the ʻāina, the community gardens will perpetuate locally produced farm-to-table food, ensuring the North Shore community has greater access to the numerous benefits of consuming healthy, organic fruits and vegetables today and for generations to come. Serving as an example of Turtle Bay Resort and Pono Pacific’s collective commitment to a bright future for Hawai‘i, the gardens will foster vibrant community connection while preserving the agricultural legacy of the land and furthering the sustainability and resilience of the islands.
Ready, Set, Grow!
The Turtle Bay Mauka Lands Community Gardens currently hosts 30 plots that measure 500 square feet, or 10’x50’, each with individual access to water for irrigation.
- 10 plots have been designated for nonprofits, local schools, and organizations making a difference in the lives of people who call the North Shore home. These plots will be assigned by Turtle Bay Resort and Pono Pacific.
- The remaining plots – 10 for Turtle Bay Resort employees and 10 for residents of the Kahuku community – will be randomly selected in a lottery.
REGISTRATION WILL BE OPEN FROM JULY 10-JULY 24.