Management

Troy Keolanui

Troy Keolanui

Troy Keolanui

When Keolanui first met Ed Olson, more than twenty years ago, agriculture no longer held much promise for Hawai‘i’s families, and Troy made his living working at a restaurant. He began to help Olson with the clearing of some land and the building of stone walls. In 2002, he formed a partnership with Olson for OK Farms on the Wailuku river in Hilo, which was partially planted in macadamia nuts, had been in agriculture for over 100 years, and could be cleared to open to magnificent natural vistas, including unique and daring close-up views of Rainbow Falls.

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