As our island community deals with the coronavirus concerns, Grove Farm brought together our island’s farmers and fishermen with you -- our community -- by offering fresh produce and fish at our Puhi Park Produce site.
Puhi Park Produce offers an alternative for residents to continue to get their locally grown fruits and vegetables while being more sustainable with our food. Most of their produce is harvested the day of or the day before!
We cannot stress enough the importance of maintaining adequate separation and recommend that you wear a protective facemask. We strongly discourage congregating to socialize.
Also, please refrain from handling the products, but rather, tell the vendor and/or point to what you want to purchase.
If we all follow these simple practices, you can get the freshest produce from our island’s farmers and fishermen.
Get To Know Your Vendors
Visit Sakda and Usa Meephol for fresh seasonal fruits grown in Koloa and Mahaulepu. Sakda also farms in central Kauai and has a bountiful of fresh vegetables. This hardworking couple possess the heart and soul of a farmer. Read their story here.
See a long line of customers – six feet apart – waiting to see Elmer and Ailyn? Here’s the reason! You will always find the freshest okra, bittermelon, eggplant, squash, pumpkin, cabatete, wingbeans, and even jicama, along with an assortment of seasonal fruit. Read Elmer’s story here.
Wirat Yothachai has been farming on Grove Farm lands in Lihue since 2012. Along side his wife, Noi, and their children, they have devoted their heart and soul to farming. Wirat offers a variety of fresh vegetables and fruit, including mixed greens, kale, carrots, parsley, basil, bok choi, tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, citrus, pineapple, and so much more!
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I become a vendor?
You can fill out the Vendor Application Form to Grove Farm for review. You will be contacted within 48 hours. If accepted, you will receive your space number along with other documents with information about the market.
Where do I park?
You can park alongside the wall to the park off of Puhi Road, Leleiona Street, and Kikowaena.
Are pets allowed at the market?
Yes. Pets are allowed at the market only they are on a leash and you clean up after them.
With the closures of the island’s Sunshine Markets and the popular Kaua’i Community Market, there is a dire need to have a location for farmers and fishermen to sell their fresh produce and to have a safe alternative for residents to continue to get their locally grown fruits and vegetables. Plus, it helps to move Kaua’i to being more sustainable with our food.