Sustainable Historic Sites
Historic Sites Need to be Preserved
Preserving the history and uniqueness of our island's historic sites enables us to understand and appreciate our roots and where we came from. It helps us learn and guides our decisions for the future.
Unique locations such as the Waimea Canyon, the Kalalau Valley, the Na Pali coastline, the Fern Grotto, Spouting Horn, Waiʻaleʻale, century-old tunnels and waterways, historic buildings and landmarks such as the Russian Fort in Waimea, the Hanapepe salt ponds, rice and taro fields, and numerous heiau are integral pieces of the island’s history and culture.
Sustainable Historic Sites Projects
Grove Farm is committed to preserving its historic sites and areas which are rich in cultural significance. We believe that understanding, embracing and preserving historic sites leads to a richer community and better quality of life.
Other Sustainability Initiatives
Grove Farm's vision is to build a sustainable Kauaʻi by being a leader in social entrepreneurship and island-enhancing activities while remaining deeply committed to preserving the island's cultural and historical linkages - whether it be through the preservation of historic sites, promoting alternative energy sources, supporting agriculture and food production, education and propagation of plants, encouraging a healthy lifestyle or protecting water sources.Learn about other initiatives