The U.S. Department of Agriculture conducts the Census of Agriculture every five years. 2012 is the most recent year for which data is available. The next census of agriculture will be conducted in 2017.
Most states issue statistics about crops and livestock that are important. in the state. For example, the Hawai`i Department of Agriculture issues reports about specialty crops such as cacao, taro, and coffee.
Statistics and Data for Hawaii
Taro growing in pondfields on Kauai Island. Photograph by Jasperdo on Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. Source.
(National Agricultural Statistics Service, USDA) The Hawaii Annual Statistics Bulletin is a historical five-year series for all major crops, livestock, and related data. It also includes county data. All of the files are available in pdf format. Aquaculture reports are listed under livestock. Access to reports from 2007 to present.
(National Agricultural Statistics Service, USDA) Provides access to a variety of statistics and reports on farms, crops, and livestock in Hawaii. Prepared in cooperation with the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture. Some reports in the On-line Reports Archive are available back to 1996.
(Center on the Family, CTAHR) Provides organized access to a collection of statistics and publications related to Hawaii's aging population. For the books or full-text journal articles cited in the Center's publications, Use Hawaii Voyager to see if they are available at the UH Manoa Library.
Includes "Highlights," "Census Tract Summary Tables," and "Hawaii Geographic Area Profiles". Geographic Area Profiles include social, economic, housing, and demographic characteristics with downloadable files in PDF and Excel formats.