Center for Learning and Fellowship Services
A dollar invested in seeds can yield $25 worth of produce.
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About Us

Center for Learning and Fellowship Services

We are a rural community garden with 3 acres available for cultivation. All are welcome to create their own plot and invest in their own "Grow your own food" campaign. We share tools, dirt, vegetables and information.

We have been successful growing cucumbers, pineapple, purple eggplant, tomatoes, bell pepper, papaya, bananas, taro, sweet potatoes, strawberries, mustard cabbage, squash, parsley, spearmint, variety of flowers, etc..

The County of Hawaii has sponsored us throughout our endeavors to promote community gardening. We have expanded to a half acre plot in Paradise Park (29th and Kaloli) and soon to be in Keaukaha Hawaiian Homes, Hilo, on Desha St..

We give away our produce to those in need, and at the Give and Take Market in Hilo. Also Malia Puka O Kalani Church in Hilo. Hawaii Community College is using the garden for their Taro Club this year.

Contact Information

susan tauzer
[email us]


end of Ka Ohuwalu Road, Makuu Farm Lots
Pahoa, HI 96749
center for learning and fellwoship

Mailing Address:
HC 1 Box 5101
Keaau, HI 96749

Garden Info:

Garden Type: Therapeutic Gardens
Setting: Rural
Host Org:
Handicap Accessible: no
Size: 1000
Number of Plots: 20
Avg Plot Size: 0
Year Founded: 2007
Languages: English
Structures: 2 greenhouses, one farm office
Amenities: bathroom, sink, shower, camping areas.

Association Memberships:

American Community Gardening Association (ACGA)
American Horticultural Therapy Association (AHTA)

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