One of the Trust's most recent ventures, Big Island ECO Tours offers guests a vista of agri-tourism tours.
At the heart of the Trust’s operations in Hilo, and open to visitors, our Archive & Gallery showcases modern original art work and high-tech art reproductions alongside archival historical materials.
Located in historic Kawaihae near Pu‘ukoholā Heiau in South Kohala, Hāmākua Macadamia Nut Company grows, processes, and markets 100 percent Hawai‘i-grown macadamia nuts.
Based at OK Farms and managed by Troy Keolanui and Steve Eason, this Edmund C. Olson Trust company hauls macadamia nuts from island-wide orchards owned and managed by the Trust or sourced from independent farms.
Crowning nearly 10,000 acres of Trust lands in and around Pāhala, Ka‘ū Coffee Mill invigorates a tradition of agriculture in Ka‘ū into the future through Hawai‘i’s prime crop coffee.
Managing nearly 10,000 acres of agricultural lands in the district of Ka‘ū, Ka‘ū Farms Management acts as the primary business for the Edmund C. Olson II Trust and provides several agricultural services.
In 2002, Troy Keolanui partnered with Ed Olson to realize their vision for a newly acquired, exceptional 500-acre property on Wailuku river in Hilo.
In the ahupua'a of Honouliuli, O‘ahu, the Olson Trust stewards 2,687 acres of conservation and agricultural land with many historical and archeological sites.
In September 2012, the Trust acquired the 12-acre, ocean-front Wainaku Executive Center, one of East Hawai‘i’s prime properties, from C. Brewer & Co.