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  • 1. CITRON OLIVE FARMSMaui, Hawaii
    • Island Prism* Roger B. Stephens * 2010
    Copyright © 2010. Clifton M. Hasegawa & Associates, LLC and Citron Olive Farms. All Rights Reserved.
  • 2. CITRON OLIVE FARMS Welcomes You E Komo Mai
  • 3. CITRON OLIVE FARMSOur Mission
    To operate an efficient, environmentally responsible and sustainable organic agriculture enterprise centered in our community and with respect for our diverse cultural heritages
     
  • 4. CITRON OLIVE FARMSPosition Statement
    We believe that preserving the land, our `Aina, is vitally important not only for us today, but for tomorrow’s generations
  • 5. CITRON OLIVE FARMSMaster Plan
    Agriculture
    Olive groves with of over 221,000 olive trees, organic fruit orchard and vineyard, permaculture garden with vegetables, herbs and fragrant plants, pond with stream and natural aquaponic system
    Facilities
    • Visitors Center, Education and Cultural Center including an Elegant fine dining restaurant overlooking our olive groves and fruit orchards with Magnificent 180° Panoramic Views of Maui and the Pacific Ocean as well as views of
    Haleakala and the West Maui Mountains from Makena to Maalaea
    • Olive Harvest and Produce Processing, Packaging and Shipping Facility, fully climate controlled with a visitors walking tour area separated by glass panels.
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMS Our Competitive Advantage
    • Experienced, dedicated management team.
    • 6. Efficient and lean operating infrastructure.
    • 7. Operational Approach ---
    “The only barrier is self-created”
    • Our knowledge-based approach overcomes issues and events that are barriers for others.
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMSRevenue Generation
    • Marketing our Superior Quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil and associated products as well as Superior Quality Organic Citrus and Specialty Produce and Products in-house as well as through other retail and on-line outlets
    • 8. Visitor Center with indoor and outdoor Dining Facilities as well as Gift Shop with branded merchandise, Educational Center
    • 9. Quarterly Agricultural Harvest Festivals and Community Events
    • 10. Farm Tours of Olive Grove, specialty gardens describing organic and sustainable aspects or agriculture and processing
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMSQuality
    We are committed to growing and delivering the freshest, healthiest, Organically-farmed, locally grown, “Made on Maui” produce and products possible, including
    • Koronekei Olives and 100% Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oils
    • 11. Citrus and Specialty Fruits
    • 12. Chiles
    • 13. Herbs and other Fragrant and Specialty Botanicals
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Our Lotus Garden
  • 14. Maydeen K. Pokipala-Haidar
    Vice President – Manager, Citron Olive Farms
    38 years combined in Escrow, Building and the Real Estate industry.
    • Project Manager/Coordinator - Aloha Package Homes, Wailuku, HI
    • 15. Assistant Escrow Officer - Chicago Title Insurance Co., Prescott, AZ
    • 16. Asset Manager - Fidelity National Financial (Fortune 500 Company),
    Santa Barbara, CA
    • Real Estate Coordinator/Assistant - Coldwell Banker, Santa Barbara, CA
    • 17. Escrow Officer – Ticor Title & Stewart Title, Portland, OR
    • 18. Office Manager - J & M Venture, General Contractors, Honolulu, HI
    • 19. Project Coordinator – Title Guaranty, Honolulu, HI
  • Melissa Mokihana Bailey
    Project Coordinator, Culture & Business Advisor
    Hawaii, National and International
    Manager –Visitor Center and Fine Dining Restaurant
    • Manager, Café O‟Lei, Wailuku, HI
    • 20. Project Coordinator, Aloha Package Homes, Wailuku, HI
    • 21. Hawaii General Manager, Starbucks, the Maui Marketplace, Kahului, HI
    • 22. Hawaii Store Retail Manager, Local Motion, Lahaina, HI
    • 23. Hawaii Manager, Estee Lauder Sales and Promotions, Liberty House,
    Lahaina and Waikiki, HI
  • 24. David Sands: AIA, Chief Architect.
    Co-founder, and LEED accredited professional.
    Architect and builder of the green buildings and facilities for Citron Olive Farms
    utilizing the most renewable resource on the planet – Bamboo.
    Bamboo Living is a leader in the development of sustainable eco-living and is
    committed to reducing waste by recycling.
    www.bambooliving.com
  • 25. Warren Watanabe
    Warren Watanabe Farm, Kula, Maui, Hawaii
    Executive Director, Maui County Farm Bureau
    www.mauicountyfarmbureau.org
  • 26. Jonathan Keyser and Ethan Romanchak
    Native Nursery
    www.mauinativenursery.com
    Our olive stock comes from select California nurseries.
    The Hawaii Department of Agriculture standards requires that
    our olive stock be shipped without any traces of soil.
    Native Nursery is our entry point for our olive stock.
    Jonathan and Ethan will acclimate our olive trees and grow them to field size.
    Their years of experience will insure the viability and vitality of our olive trees.
  • 27. Nancy Snow, Nursery Manager
    Kula Hardware and Nursery
    Nancy is a Malama i ka 'Aina landscape professional whose practices protect
    Maui County from invasive plants and animals
    Nancy is in charge of choosing and ordering plants throughout the State
    Our specialty orchard and seeds come from Kula Nursery
  • 28. Clark S. Hashimoto
    Managing Partner, Hashimoto Persimmon Farm
    www.hashimotopersimmons.com
    Clark received his Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Business Management from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
     
    Clark began his career with the Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association
    28 years with the University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
    as Extension Agent and as Maui County Administrator
     
    Clark is currently The Maui County Agriculture Specialist.
    Clark returns to his love, farming , at the end of June 2010.
     
    Clark serves on the Hawaii Department of Agriculture Executive Board, term expiring June 30, 2013
  • 29. Harold Keyser, PhD
    Maui County Administrator
    University of Hawai`i at Mānoa
    College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
    Cooperative Extension Service
    The University of Hawai‘i’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources serves the citizens of Maui County by providing science-based research, education and public service to help them solve problems in agriculture, natural resources, food and nutrition, food safety and community development. These services are provided through our faculty and staff of Cooperative Extension located on Maui, Molokai' and the Kula Agricultural Research Center.
    Kahului Extension Office
    3110 Ka`ahumanu Avenue, Building 214
    Kahului, Maui, Hawai`i 96732
  • 30. Paul Vossen
    Paul has been a member of the academic faculty of the University of California since 1980.
    Paul is internationally acknowledged as an expert in olive varieties, olive oil production and processing, and the sensory analysis of olive oils.
    Paul is the Panel Leader of the University of California Cooperative Extension Olive Oil Research Taste Panel.
    Profile: http://ucanr.org/seek/anrdirectoryinfo.cfm?index=2365
  • 31. CITRON OLIVE FARMSOrchard DesignPaul Vossen
    40% Arbequina - 20% Arbosana - 40% Koroneiki
    Other Varieties 
    Coratina, Leccino, Picual, and Ascolana 
  • 32. CITRON OLIVE FARMSVarietal Comparisons
    • Arbequina–Aromatic, nutty, buttery, fruity, sweet, artichoke, ripe apple, almond
    • 33. Arbosana–fruity, grassy, pungent
    • 34. Koroneiki–Aromatic, bitter, pungent, herbaceous, green tea, fruity, ripe banana, slight peppery finish
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMSFine Dining
    Bev Gannon
    Chef/Owner, Hali`imaile General Store, Joe’s, and Celebrations Catering, Executive Chef for Hawaiian Airlines
    www.bevgannonrestaurants.com
  • 35. CITRON OLIVE FARMSSignature Produce - Citrus
    Buddha's Hand Citron * Persian Lime * Kaffir Lime
    Meyer Lemon * Oro Blanco Grapefruit * Satsuma Tangerine
    Fremont Tangerine * Calamondin Lime * Star Ruby Grapefruit
  • 36. CITRON OLIVE FARMSSignature Produce – Specialty Fruit
    StarApple Cherimoya
    Kadota Fig Surinam Cherry
  • 37. CITRON OLIVE FARMSSignature Produce - Chiles
    Bhut Jolokia Pimiento Sweet Hatch Chiles
    Hungarian Sweet Anaheim Sweet Banana
  • 38. CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Markets for Our Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 39. CITRON OLIVE FARMSRestaurants for Our Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 40. CITRON OLIVE FARMSDistributor
    Y. Hata & Co, Limited
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    Hawaii's premiere broadline foodservice distributor since 1903
    www.yhata.com
  • 41. CITRON OLIVE FARMS Food Safety
    Along with superior quality, safety of food throughout the growing, harvesting and packaging process is of paramount importance
    Food Safety and organic certifications from:
    • Quality Assurance International (QAI)
    • 42. Hawaii Organic Farmers Association (HOFA)
    Kosher Certification
    • The Orthodox Union (OU)
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMSOrganic Certification
    Quality Assurance International (QAI) provides independent, third
    Party certification of organic food systems for domestic and
    international organic food trade. The QAI 100% Organic
    Certification Program certifies every step of the organic chain from
    the land on which the product is grown, to the Producers growing
    the product, to the post-harvest facilities preparing the product, to
    the processing and handling facilities transforming the product.
    www.qai-inc.com
     
  • 43. CITRON OLIVE FARMSOrganic Certification
    Hawaii Organic Farmers Association (HOFA) is accredited by the
    US Department of Agriculture, National Organic Program to certify
    organic Crop cultivation and processing / Food Handling
    operations / Food Safety Training and Compliance. HOFA is the
    only accredited organic certification agency based in Hawai`i.
    www.hawaiiorganic.org
  • 44. CITRON OLIVE FARMSKosher Certification
    The Orthodox Union (OU) is the highest kosher certification. The Orthodox Union certification provides assurance of cleanliness of product handling and processing
    • Our fruits and vegetables are thoroughly washed and inspected
    • 45. Our water quality is of the highest standard – it is softened, conditioned and filtered through an ultra violet water treatment system that insures 99.9% purity
    • 46. Water used for washing our produce, equipment and facilities is used only once before being recycled to irrigate crops
    • 47. Olive processing equipment is used only for the production of Olive Oil.
    http://www.ou.org
  • 48. CITRON OLIVE FARMSWater System
    To provide additional assurance of compliance with certification
    from the Orthodox Union, Citron Olive Farms is installing
    Mountain Slope Water’s water softening and conditioning system
    and their Big Blue ultra violet unit to remove chlorine, pesticides,
    insecticides, distinctive tastes/odors and 99.9% of any bacteria.   
    www.mountainslopewater.com
  • 49. Hiromasa
    Hiromasa is the water source for Citron Olive Farms
    Well Driller
    Michael Robertson
    Wailani Drilling, Inc.
    Maui, Hawaii
  • 50. CITRON OLIVE FARMSSustainability Statement
    We believe that our land is a
    renewable resource only if managed in a sustainable manner.
    Our farm practices sustainability and employs green technology in every aspect of farming from large-scale practices to aquaponics as well as in our infrastructure as seen in our building design and construction and energy generation and utilization, thereby providing an operational model showing others how to live sustainably.
  • 51. Citron Olive FarmsAQUAPONICS – COMBINING AQUACULTURE AND HYDROPONICS
    Our Aquaponic system is our sustainable, on-site, organic food solution to provide fish and vegetables for our
    Farm table and Restaurant
    23,000+ pounds of fish
    60,000+ pounds of vegetables (Lettuce, Sugar Peas (Sugar and snow), Spinach, Green Onion, Chives, Tomatoes, Basil (Sweet Green, Purple, Curly Leaf and Thai), Sage, Lemongrass, Chard, Parsley (Italian Flat Leaf, Curly
    Leaf and Cilantro), Cucumber, Beets, Watercress, Chives, Butter Beans , Melons and Mizuna
  • 52. CITRON OLIVE FARMSFacilities Design
    “The key to being eco-friendly is for everyone to live more as a
    whole, to inflict minimal or no harm on the environment. As we
    become more conscious as a society, we realize it’s time to restore
    damaged ecosystems, forests, soils, waters and the air. Earth
    restoration is the first step towards creating a healthier planet.”
    • Bamboo Living is a leader amongst eco-friendly companies.
    • 53. Bamboo Living our architect and builder of Citron Olive Farms and Citron Village green facilities and homes utilizes the most renewable resource on the planet, bamboo.
    • 54. Bamboo Living is committed to reduce construction waste, always recycles and actively supports the development of sustainable eco-living. 
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMSEnergy System
    • The solar technology provided by SOPOGY is made and tested here in Hawaii www.sopogy.com Solar thermal, a/c, and energy production
    • 55. The solar collectors are capable of storing solar energy that can be used after the sun goes down
    • 56. The solar collectors also are equipped with tracking systems created by Sopogy engineers to maximize productivity and efficiency
    • 57. The software tied to the solar collectors account for factors such as cloudy skies, high wind speeds and rain
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMSOur Social Responsibility
    To establish and maintain an interactive relationship and open door policy with Members of the Community including those Groups and Organizations, Schools and Businesses committed to sustainable agriculture as well as to our valued Clients and Customers
     
  • 58. CITRON OLIVE FARMSCommunity Outreach
    Citron Olive Farm is a registered WWOOF host farm
    WWOOF (www.wwoof.org)
    “WorldWide Opportunities on Organic Farms”
    - A worldwide network started in the United Kingdom in 1971
    - An international movement dedicated to helping people learn
    and share a more sustainable and organic lifestyle
  • 59. CITRON OLIVE FARMSCommunity Outreach
    Citron Olive Farms is partnered with the
    Hawaii State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations,
    Workforce Development Council
    to provide jobs for
    • Youth (summer and year round)
    • 60. Adult
    • 61. Displaced workers
  • CITRON OLIVE FARMSCulture & Community
    Our Farms will provide a place not only for
    learning sustainable organic agriculture but to
    synthesize, preserve, practice and celebrate the
    knowledge and experience from all cultures as
    represented by our diverse and multicultural
    Hawaiian heritage
     
  • 62. Events
    CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Hawaiian Music Festival
    A day of music, hula, story-telling, demonstrations to share our Hawaiian culture and heritage
    Keali`i Reichel Mike Keale Na Leo Pilimehana
  • 63. Events
    CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Pow Wow
    A meeting of all cultures to celebrate our Native American Heritage
    Native American Dance Group from Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada
  • 64. Events
    CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Green Chile Festival
    Dedicated to our Sister City - Hatch, New Mexico
    A State-wide chile cook-off, chile roasting, chile pod competition, and ukulele song fest competition.
    Art & Craft Show, E.K Fernandez Carnival, Foods and Craft Vendors
  • 65. Events
    CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    The Hawaii Invitational BBQ Masters Championship
    BBQ Teams and Restaurants from around the Country
    Competing to Win
    Over $55,000 in cash and prizes  
    Grand Champion --- 2nd Place, 3rd Place *** Reserve Champion
    Categories:
    Beef Brisket --- 1st, 2nd, 3rd ** Chicken --- 1st, 2nd, 3rd ** Pork Rib --- 1st, 2nd, 3rd
    Pork Shoulder, Butt or Picnic --- 1st, 2nd, 3rd *** Whole Hog --- 1st, 2nd, 3rd
    Seafood --- 1st, 2nd, 3rd *** Veggie --- 1st, 2nd, 3rd
    Great entertainment, delicious barbeque, cooking contests, fun for the family
    The Hawaii Invitational BBQ Masters Championship
    Benefits The Maui Non-Profit Organizations
     
  • 66. Events
    CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Orchid Show
    Orchidaceae are cosmopolitan, occurring in
    almost every habitat apart from deserts and glaciers.
    A World Invitational Event.
  • 67. Events
    CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Olive Festival
    Tours of Citron Olive Farms & Organic Farm Market
    Representatives from Maui County Farm Bureau, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), Sustainability businesses, groups and organizations.
    A day for residents and visitors
    Dedicated to Our Maui Farmers
  • 68. Citron Olive Farms TourS
     
    On the gentle rolling slopes of Haleakala is Citron Olive Farms. Enjoy the beauty and splendor of Hawai`i´s first and only olive farm - a unique Upcountry Maui backroads adventure in agritourism. Widely known as a sustainable organic agricultural community, Citron Olive Farms offers an unequaled educational and cultural experience for viewing the processing of olives into olive oil as well as an organic citrus and fruit orchard, chile and herb gardens, a grape vineyard and winery and cultural displays from all over the world.
    Citron Olive Farm Tours
    In Conjunction With Akina Aloha Tours and Roberts Hawaii Tours
  • 69. CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Our Friends
  • 70. CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    Our Friends
    Copy Services
    Wailuku, Maui
    COMPUTER BROKERAGE & SALES
    Wailuku, Maui
    Hawaiian Video Memories
    Kahului, Maui
    Maui Embroidery
    Out of the Blue
    Kihei, Maui
  • 71. CITRON OLIVE FARMSMaui, Hawaii
  • 72. CITRON OLIVE FARMSOlive Orchards
    Olive Grove at Earthsong Lodge, New Zealand
  • 73. CITRON OLIVE FARMS
    100% Certified Organic, First Cold Extraction,
    Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    Made on Maui
    From Olives grown on Maui, Hawaii
    Our Administrative Offices are open
    Monday through Friday – 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (Hawaiian Standard Time)
    Closed Saturday and Sunday
    Online support is available 24/7
    Contact us via email: Info@CitronOliveFarms.com
    Visit us on the Web – www.CitronOliveFarms.com

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