Department of Agriculture
The Hawaii Department of Agriculture’s (HDOA) goals are to conserve and develop essential agricultural resources and infrastructure; to gain access and develop local, domestic, and international markets for Hawaii's agricultural products; to conserve and protect suitable agricultural lands and water; to raise awareness of the importance of agriculture to the State's economy, environment, and as a profession; to implement programs to safeguard Hawaii's farmers, consumers, and natural resources; and to prevent the introduction and establishment of plants, animals and disease that are detrimental to Hawaii's agriculture and environment.
- State of Hawaii
- invasive species , agriculture , Molokai Irrigation System Water Users Advisory Board , plant , rabies , Board of Agriculture , pesticide , quarantine , DOA , Advisory Committee on Plants and Animals , pest , aquaculture , animal
- Ph: 808 973-9560
- Mailing Address:
Office of the Chairperson
1428 S. King Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
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