Agricultural Resource Management
Administers the development and management of key agricultural resources.
Land and water are two ingredients essential to sustaining agricultural operations. In recognition of Hawaii’s limited land and water resources, the State Department of Agriculture is charged with preserving these important resources to ensure the viability of Hawaii’s diversified agricultural industry.
Through its Agricultural Resource Management Division, the department operates the State’s Agricultural Park Program. The major objective of this program is to assist people who are interested in leasing land for farming ventures by providing irrigation water, reasonably priced farmland with infrastructure and facilities to encourage competition within the industry.
The program is composed of three separate sub-programs:
- Professional Services Notice - The Hawaii Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Resource Management Division, anticipates the need to contract professional services during Fiscal Year 2014.
- Hamakua North Hilo Agricultural Cooperative – The HNHAC subleases state agricultural lands and manages about 100 small farms in the Pauuilo-Honokaa area. Go to the HNHAC website for more information on farm leases.
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Molokai Irrigation System
- Map 1 East Kauai Irrigation System
- Map 2 Kekaha Ditch Irrigation System
Map 3 Kokee Ditch Irrigation System
Map 4 Pioneer Mill Irrigation System
Map 5 Waiahole Ditch Irrigation System
Map 6 Lower Hamakua Ditch Irrigation System
Map 7 Molokai Irrigation System
Map 8 Upcountry Maui Irrigation System
Map 9 Waimanalo Irrigation System
Map 10 Waimea Irrigation System
Map 11 East Maui Irrigation System
Map 12 Kauai Coffee Irrigation System
Map 13 West Maui Irrigation System