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Posted by David n Abigail about 13 years ago

“Be the change you want to see in the world.” -Mahatma Gandhi

Marcus has a background in biomedical engineering and is passionate about studying and experimenting with various natural farming techniques.


David, a champion MMA fighter, brings his unique energy and intensity to all he does. His background in windmill and solar panel installation compliments our sustainable skill set.


Abigail was raised on a farm and has a natural joy for learning. Her artistic eye and compassion make her a valuable addition to any situation.


Kendra grew up on the Big Island and has been working within the health food industry for the past five years. Her experience and knowledge greatly benefit the community.

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