Mokuleia is certainly one of the most
undeveloped places on Oahu. Formerly large parts of Mokuleia were used to
grow sugar. Since the demise of Sugar as a viable crop, the area is now
home to many small specialty farms. These farmers are serious about their
vocation. Often all family members are part of the operation.
Papaya, corn, and all manner of herbs,
fruits and vegetables, are
grown in the agriculture lots. These plots of land are farmed intensely.
Because of the extended growing season crops do well here.
Mokuleia is also home to Polo. The season
runs for 22 Sundays beginning on May 6 and ending on September 30.
Matches begin at 2:00 PM. Admission is $8.00 and children under 12 get in
free. (The Honolulu Advertiser)
Two murals painted by North Shore artist,
can be viewed as you drive toward Mokuleia.
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