Ag Park FAQs
If you are interested in farming in Hawaii, the State does lease land to qualified individuals. Under the Agricultural Park Program, through the Hawaii Department of Agriculture(HDOA), lands are set aside specifically for agriculture-related activities. Currently, there are eight agricultural parks operated by the HDOA’s Agricultural Resource Management Division. For more specific information than what’s listed below, contact:
Hawaii Department of Agriculture
Division of Agricultural Resource Management
1428 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96814-2512
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Minimum qualifications?
- How are Agricultural Park lot leases awarded?
- When can a person file an application for any future Agricultural Park lot?
- How long a lease term is granted for Agricultural Park lots?
- How are lot sizes, designated use, and infrastructure improvements determined?
- How are Agricultural Park lease rentals determined?
- May I construct a residence on an Agricultural Park lot?
- What other important consideration is there in seeking an Agricultural Park lease?
- What are general lease conditions that must be conformed with?