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Farm to Keiki

Website and Book Launch!

Cooking, Gardening and Nutrition with Children Ages 3 - 9

Training - Curriculum & Recipe Book - Resource Hub

for Hawaii's teachers, families, schools, community organizations

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(Printed books are also available for purchase)

The Hawaiʻi Department of Health and The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has sponsored this free on-line version of the Farm to Keiki book! Mahalo to Hawaii's School Health Coordinator Jennifer Ryan for making this possible!

This book and website make it easy to teach children gardening, nutrition and cooking using fresh, Hawai'i grown foods. 

Learn to Teach Children:

  • Healthy Cooking

  • To Eat Farm to Table

  • How to Grow a Garden

  • ʻĀina-Based Education


182 Pages INCLUDing:

19 Plant Profiles

25 Lesson Plans

37 Nutritious Recipes

Want all teachers at your school to have a book?

Tiana Kamen was born and raised on Kaua’i. She is an ‘āina-based educator, farm to school advocate and nutritionist. Tiana has been involved in the farm to school movement since 2009 and is a recognized leader of Farm to Early Childcare and Education in Hawai’i.  Through this work, she became a founding member of both the Hawai’i Farm to School Hui and the National Farm to Preschool Subcommittee. In 2015 she was recognized by Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move Childcare” initiative for her leadership in the Farm to Early Childcare and Education movement.


Tiana now practices as a holistic nutrition consultant on Kaua’i. She holds a Masters of Science in Nutrition (MSN) from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. 

About the Farm to Keiki

Author and Trainer

FREE Farm to Keiki Training

for Early Childhood Educators in 2019 On all Hawaiian Islands!

Click here to sign up for training updates by subscribing on our website or send an email to tiana@farmtokeiki.org 

"It's not what we grow, but how we do it that matters most."

~ Gigi Cocquio

© Farm to Keiki. If you use our book, please credit our resource properly. Replication is for educational purposes only - Not for resale - Mahalo!