art of what had originally been the 600 acre Guava Kai Plantation, today Common Ground Kaua’i is a 47 acre piece of land that’s home to organic gardens, a farm to table cafe and a permaculture touring environment. The island of Kauai imports roughly 90 percent of its food from the U.S. mainland, making Common Ground an incredibly appealing alternative for residents and visitors wanting truly local food. What the farm doesn’t produce - meat, dairy, fish, sugar, coffee, etc. - it sources from other small scale growers and ranches in the area. Five agriculturally zoned residences can be built on the grounds. There are numerous warehouse and living structures with beautiful gardens and hiking trails throughout.