Grown on the dreamy North Shore of Oahu

Diamond Island Farm is an ecologically responsible, single man operation that has been feeding the community delicious organic produce since 2017. The farm produces a variety of leafy greens as well as other produce including tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, cabbage, broccoli and, more. 

Carey Bonn, owner, and lead farmer studied at GoFarm's Ag School program, which emphasizes regenerative farming practices. With the use of cover cropping, mulching, compost,  microbiology, and crop rotation, the farming process actually improves soil health, leaving areas of the land to regenerate and thrive. This is an added bonus when working in old sugar cane fields, where decades of monocropping have reduced soil vitality. 

On a modest 5/8th acre

There are plans to expand the greenhouse operation and increase the production of cucumbers and tomatoes, bringing another fresher more natural option to the market.

Diamond Island Farms serves clients all over the North Shore; Ke Nui Kitchen, Country Eatery, Banyan's Island Grill, Farm to Barn, Coffee Gallery, Surf'N'Salsa, Wicked HI Cafe and The Cosmic Kitchen. It's quite likely you're already enjoying some of the fresh produce made right here on the farm! 

Pick up produce for household use at Celestial Natural Foods or Farmlink.


Carey Bonn

Meet Your Farmer

I was born in Bend, Oregon. Before moving to Oahu, I spent about nine years in the Bay Area working in the solar industry installing residential systems and managing the installation of commercial projects. That seems like a lifetime ago. Now, when I’m not farming, I usually try to find some fun surf on the north shore, or in town, wherever. I also like to dabble in the fermentation and distillation of tasty beverages.

I've been growing Diamond Island Farm for about 3 years now.

In my early days on Oahu, as I drove from Townside to the North Shore regularly to surf,  I was inspired by all the farmland that could be seen from Wahiawa to Mokuleia and over to Kahuku. Seeing that farmland reawakened an interest in agriculture that went mostly unrealized after graduating from the University of Oregon where I studied Environmental Studies and Sociology. I was accepted into the GoFarm training program on the north shore in 2017 which gave me a jumpstart into farming full time.