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Cornucopia Institute's The Cultivator Noni Farm Feature

By: Steve Frailey Tuesday October 27, 2020 comments Tags: organic farming, vermiculture, organic noni farm, sustainable farming

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We are honored to be featured in Cornucopia Institute's Fall 2020 edition of "The Cultivator". 

My family and I have been huge supporters of the Cornucopia Institute for many years as like minded believers in organic practices. They are a 501c non-profit organization that serves as a policy watchdog group working to uphold the integrity of organic, local, and other forms of alternative agriculture. Over the years our family has appreciated their work and dedication to protecting organics and educating the public on current issues. They provide reports and consumer scorecards that rate organic and natural brands to help the consumer make earth friendly choices. We highly recommend checking out their web page,  

One of their writers reached out to us excited to learn more about our family farm and organic practices. As we started to discuss organic farming in more detail it was confirmed how our values for organics aligned. Although, 12 pounds of worms in your carry-on suitcase was a first for her, hearing about the adventure of these worms made her even more excited to tell our story.  Check out our feature "Bearing Fruit- How a noni farmer in Hawaii found abundance in a cup of worm castings"

Steve Frailey

About the Author: Steve Frailey

My wife and I (Steve Frailey) moved to Kauai, Hawaii in 1982 from our organic farm in California. There were no roads, electricity, water or buildings but lots of Noni trees (Morinda Citrifolia) in our valley. We also developed a deep relationship with Noni that was growing all through our valley.  Today we run our Hawaiian Organic Noni farm, and share the gift of health with people throughout the world.