Family-run - Haleiwa-grown
Nestled in Haleiwa's Anahulu river valley on Oahu's North Shore, Lokoea Farms is a local family-run operation that has producing delicious food since 2000. We mainly produce naturally-grown Valencia and Navel oranges, as well as a variety of other fruit & produce including lemons, limes, grapefruit, avocado, mango, papaya and more.
We have the deepest respect for our land, and aim to improve our soil year after year by using regenerative practices such as compost, mulching, and cover crops in the orchard. We use recycled rain water to irrigate our trees. Our first line of defense against pests is growing healthy trees with healthy immune systems. We only use OMRI-approved organic pesticides as a last resort, preferring to promote beneficial bugs and soil organisms.
We currently sell to wholesale buyers and restaurants through Farm Link Hawaii, as well as local CSA subscriptions such as Oahu Fresh and Local Inside. Future plans include a on-site retail farmstand to service our neighborhood customers.
We offer farm tours through AirBnB Experiences, and soon will be offering farm-stays at our farm vacation rental. Visit our Tours and Farm-Stays page to learn more and book.
We are not open to the public, but if local customers want to stop by and buy some fruit, we try our best to accommodate - just give us a call!
Who We Are
Lokoea Farms is a local family-run Fruit Farm that has been producing delicious fresh products for almost 2 decades.
Donald started planting the trees in 2000, and his daughter Noe joined him in 2015 as farm manager after completing the GoFarm Hawaii beginning farmers training program.
Noe grew up on the land where our farm is now, back when it was surrounded by sugarcane and Hale‘iwa was still a sleepy little plantation town. After spending some time on the mainland, she returned to her home town to help her family run the farm. She's learned a lot about tropical fruit and citrus in the last few years, and the struggling little business is now financially sustainable and provides her with a full-time job!
"Like my trees, I have deep roots in this special place. I love my farm, and I'd love to share it with you," - Noe.