Aina Ho’okupu o Kilauea

Imagine a place the community can gather for everyday family outings and celebrations, first birthday luaus, picnics, community meetings and more. The new Kilauea Community Agriculture Center  Farmer’s Market Pavilion will offer a free of charge public gathering place, surrounded by the beautiful bounty of agricultural lands. The one-acre Rotary Park, complete with a Gazebo, will entice locals to stop by and enjoy the ambiance of a well-tended food forest and agricultural fields. 

Signature Rotary Project

The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay is committed to raising funds for the Farmers Market Pavilion, North Shore Food Pantry  and a one-acre Rotary Park.  The Rotary Park is a one-acre community park, complete with a gazebo and landscaping.  Rotarians work at the park every Saturday, planting, weeding and being stewards of this small portion of the Kilauea Community Agricultural Center.

The KCAC gazebo was funded in 2017 and constructed in 2018. See article describing the dedication.

Sponsor a Tree  

Would you like to sponsor a tree and  have a plaque honoring a loved one or, whatever you want on a tree in the Kilauea Community Agricultural Center and Park .  For $250 you can help KCAC via the Hanalei Bay Rotary Club enhance the garden areas and the landscape area by Sponsoring or Supporting a tree in the Park area.  A tree or shrub will have your name tag affixed to the tag naming the common and scientific  and Hawaiian names of the plant. Only one patron name will be attached to any one plant.  Please join other visitors or fans of the garden to help in this important project. Click below to view the list of  trees and to download the sponsorship form. The $250 donation is a commemorative to whoever you designate and  to the support the work and mission of the Kilauea Community Agricultural Center. All funds will support the KCAC in one of their areas of development or maintenance.  

                                                   All community members are invited!

The trees on the perimeter of the Ag Park are examples from the tropical South Pacific as well as Asia, the South, Central and the Caribbean. Most have beautiful flowers and provide shade, fruit, nuts, and or lumber. Click to view our tree list. You may want to look them up on the web for more information, too.

The Kilauea Community Agricultural Center is community-based agriculture in action that will: · Offer agricultural education · Provide economic opportunity · Grow exceptional quality, nutritious food for Kilauea and the North Shore · Provide land for existing farmers, as well as a training ground for future farmers  · Include a community farm and boxes of produce for work-share or purchase · Become the new home for the Kilauea Sunshine farmers market .

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions to KCAC and adopting trees  will enable us to meet our goals of supporting this vital Kilauea community resource.. 

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card


Tree list for web (pdf)


RCHB Tree Sponsorship Order Form (pdf)