The Spirit of ‘Ohana
Affection and warmth were the values of the ‘ohana. There was a sense of shared involvement, mutual responsibility, interdependence and helpfulness. The ‘ohana meant love and loyalty. All its members practiced the spirit of sharing and caring. Forgiveness was very important. There was great respect for the elders.
Each person on our ‘ohana farms has a job that is unique to their skills and mastery. Due to their efforts, we have become a special ‘ohana of farms. Paul Sterling and his family thank the many people who make it all possible.
And to all those we come in contact with, welcome to our ‘ohana. Mahalo (thank you) for visiting.