And welcome to Keiki and Plow! We are a family run, organic farm in Hawaii Kai that offers local families a hands-on farm experience. Come play in the dirt, harvest your own produce, and enjoy reconnecting with the `Aina.
We will be CLOSED for Thanksgiving Friday November 23rd. We will also be CLOSED December 18th through January 8th for winter break.
Enjoy the holidays with your loved ones!
Tuesday 9AM - 11AM
Friday 9AM - 11AM
587 Pakala St
Honolulu, HI 96825
We will be CLOSED July 17th-27th for summer rest and will reopen Tuesday July 31st.
Join us for farm-fresh produce and play! Harvest your own herbs and veggies. Let the keiki run wild and play in the dirt.
When are you open?
We're usually open Tuesday and Friday mornings from 9AM to 11AM.
Sorry if those times do not work for you and your family! We're a working farm, busy raising kids of our own and
can only offer limited open hours at this time. We hate having to turn
away latecomers so please come early!
We enjoy holidays with our family just as much you do, so we're typically closed on holidays unless we say otherwise.
Do you have a bathroom?
Yup! It's one of those stinky blue porta potty's but it beats pooping your pants.
How much does this cost?
We ask for an entry donation of $5/family. U-pick baskets are available in various sizes ($10/$20/$40) and eggs are $10/dozen.
Where do I park?
We have a small parking area on site that can accomodate a few dozen cars. Do not park on the street if parking is full or you will be ticketed. If you don't mind a short walk you can park in the neighborhood on Kekupua St (about a 10 minute walk to the farm).
We're constantly rotating our produce throughout the year. Follow our Instagram account to see what's in season and ready to be harvested. We also have organic, free-range chicken eggs. They sell out fast though so if you want eggs come early!
What should I wear / bring?
We recommend closed-toed shoes and long pants. The chickens can get pecky and the mosquitos like to hang out at the farm in the spring. Bring water / snacks for the keiki. And please bring your own bag to take home your produce in. Reduce, reuse, recycle!
Should I wash my produce before eating it?
Absolutely! The produce you harvest from the farm is raw and has not been washed yet. Although we do not use any harmful chemicals on our farm, you should still thoroughly wash all produce and eggs before consuming.
As a working farm tailored to youth, we offer a fun and unique experience that reinforces the concepts you are teaching in the classroom. Field trips start at $250 for up to 25 students. Schools in need of financial assistance are encouraged to apply for a Kokua Hawaii Foundation Field Trip Grant. Please contact Heather for more info!
We'll take all the help we can get! There are always seeds to plant, weeds to pull, mulch to spread, and rocks to relocate. We also have kids you can babysit if that's more your thing. :) Please contact us if you'd like to help out.