Kailua, O'ahu, Hawai'i

Farm of the Fearless Monkey is a family owned 2.25 acre farm in Kailua in the shadow of Olomana. We grow native plants, fruit trees and vegetable crops using organic methods, and host volunteer/educational workdays to build community and share knowledge.

We also have 15-20 beehives for honey production and pollination, and maintain livestock (goats, ducks, chickens, rabbits).  We use a lot of compost, cover crops, mulch and other organic inputs in our efforts to build healthy soils and prevent run off and erosion into the watershed.
As a graduate of the GoFarm Hawaii Program at the University of Hawaii, “a statewide beginning farmer training program whose mission is to enhance Hawaiʻi’s food security and economy by increasing the number of sustainable, local agricultural producers,” we also coordinate with other GoFarm graduates, who lease out sections of our farm from time to time for their own farming efforts, and share resources with them as they start their farming businesses. 
Our goal is to serve as a model for small-scale, family-owned agricultural production potential on Oahu.