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Hokulea Voyage Recap

Hokulea Voyage Recap

In today's world, where most of us navigate by GPS-enabled smartphones, it's hard to remember how challenging navigation really is! ... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday May 24, 2017 comments Tags: polynesians, canoe plants, Hokulea-Voyage

What Polynesian Culture Has to Teach Us About Sustainability

What Polynesian Culture Has to Teach Us About Sustainability

Today we want to draw your attention to a group thats doing some really amazing work to spread the word about sustainability, world peace,... Read More

By: Lola Frailey Tuesday May 24, 2016 comments Tags: polynesians, sustainable farming, sustainable energy

How (and Why) Did Noni Make it to Hawaii?

How (and Why) Did Noni Make it to Hawaii?

Did you know that many of the plants and animals associated with Hawaii arent actually native to the islands at all? In recent history,... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday March 3, 2016 comments Tags: raw food noni, canoe plants, polynesians, noni history

Letters From Steve Dec  2015

Letters From Steve Dec 2015

The Art and History Behind our Lauhala Gift Bags Aloha, You may have noticed that this months coupon from Hawaiian Organic Noni gets you a... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday December 10, 2015 comments Tags: polynesians

Hokulea Polynesian Voyaging Society: A Legacy Worth Protecting

Hokulea Polynesian Voyaging Society: A Legacy Worth Protecting

In todays world, where most of us navigate by GPS-enabled smartphones, its hard to remember how challenging navigation really is! Particularly... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday October 29, 2015 comments Tags: polynesians, noni history, canoe plants

The History of Noni’s “Discovery”

The History of Noni’s “Discovery”

We talk a lot about the ancient Polynesians and how they used raw noni fruit , internally and externally, to maintain good health and heal a... Read More

By: Lola Frailey Tuesday October 27, 2015 comments Tags: noni history, canoe plants, raw food noni, polynesians

How to Use Noni Fruit the Traditional Way

How to Use Noni Fruit the Traditional Way

Polynesians and native Hawaiians have known for centuries that noni is a powerful plant for healing. The Polynesians brought noni as one of... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Friday September 11, 2015 comments Tags: noni history, canoe plants, raw food noni, polynesians

New on the Farm Nov 2014

New on the Farm Nov 2014

The History of Morinda Citrifolia Have you ever heard of the Hokule'a? -A Polynesian double haul canoe built in Hawaii to prove that the... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday November 6, 2014 comments Tags: noni trade shows, canoe plants, polynesians

Letters From Steve Oct 2014

Letters From Steve Oct 2014

What is nonifruit and its history? Aloha! Noni, Morinda citrifolia, is in the family Rubiaceae, which includes such notables as Coffee,... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday October 2, 2014 comments Tags: morinda citrifolia, noni tree, noni health benefits, polynesians, noni history

Letters From Steve July 2014

Letters From Steve July 2014

Noni a day keeps the doctor away Aloha! The true traditional use for thousands of years by Polynesians and Hawaiians was to eat the... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday July 2, 2014 comments Tags: raw food noni, noni health benefits, polynesians

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