Take a Tour of the Hamakua Heritage Corridor

June 20, 2016||Big Island Communities: Districts & Subdivisions


The Hamakua Heritage Corridor, which stretches roughly from mile marker 7 in Hilo north to mile marker 43 on State Highway 19 is one of the most unique areas on the Big Island. Land that was once used for vast sugar plantations (the last one closed its doors in 1994) is now broken into primarily large acreage lots. Many of the homes built off of the main belt road are off-grid homes that generate their own power.

September 18, 2012||Resources for Big Island Residents, Sustainability and Off-Grid Living


Big Island Off Grid Living: Harvesting Rainwater with a Catchment System 

On Hawaii Island, there are somewhere between 30,000 and 60,000 people using catchment systems. When purchasing a home, potential buyers can be comfortable with houses that use a catchment system if they do a little research first. Read More 

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August 27, 2012||Sustainability and Off-Grid Living


Big Island Off Grid Living: The Basics 

Off-grid living used to be considered an alternative approach to power generation, but I believe it is the preferred approach for the rural island lifestyle. Read More 

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February 16, 2012||CRC Listings: Residential


NEW LISTING: Ocean View Home in "Old Hawaii" Laupahoehoe Neighborhood 

Built in 1992, this new listing is located in a unique North Hilo neighborhood on the Big Island's Hamakua Coast. The community consists of eight homes on a charming dead-end street near Laupahoehoe's 50's diner, the Laupahoehoe swimming pool and tennis courts and just minutes from the Laupahoehoe Point recreation area where you can swim, watch whales and fish. Read More 

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