There’s Something Special About These 11 Hawaii Farms From The Past
There is no doubt that the Hawaiian Islands have undergone monumental changes throughout the last two centuries. Not only was the Kingdom of Hawaii overthrown, became a territory of the United States and then an American state, but the islands went from being an agricultural state that was largely rural to boasting a population of 1.43 million with a booming tourism industry. In honor of Hawaii’s agricultural past, we’re looking back at the good ‘ole days, where sugar cane was king and pineapple fields dotted the Hawaiian landscape. From sugar plantations to taro fields, there is certainly something special about these 11 photographs of old Hawaii farms.
With more than 10 years of experience as a professional writer, Megan holds a degree in Mass Media from her home state of Minnesota. After college, she chose to trade in her winter boots for slippahs and moved to the beautiful island of Oahu, where she has been living for more than five years. She lives on the west side but is constantly taking mini-road trips across the island and visits the neighboring islands whenever she can getaway. She loves hiking, snorkeling, locally-grown coffee, and finding the best acai bowl on Oahu.