What Erased Maui’s Rubber Plantations?
A century ago, Maui’s business leaders were excited about a new crop: rubber.
Two Servings of Green
Isle restaurateurs lead the way to sustainable tables.
What Goes Around
Find our how the writer's brown Nissan ended up with blue doors, blue hood, blue hatch and blue gas-cap cover.
Girls’ Night Out
Girls’ Night Out features fashion, a four-course menu and drink specials.
Maui Cultural Lands (MCL), a nonprofit dedicated to the reforestation of native flora, leads a weekly expedition up to Hana‘ula on the slopes of Mauna Kahalawai (the West Maui Mountains); planting, watering, weeding and clearing invasive foliage.
Environmental Heroes 2009
Meet some ordinary people whose super power is an unflagging commitment to Maui's natural environment.
Watch out for Wedgies!
Wedge-tailed shearwaters spend the majority of their lives at sea, where they feed on baitfish and squid. They return to Hawai'i each spring to nest.
“April showahs bring May flowahs.”
Place of Peace
Surrounded by acres of organic farm, this Kula home is a haven for native plants and human beings.
The Weapon Maker’s Art
Wood and cordage, tooth and bone are used to recreate the ancient Hawaiian instruments of war. A modern weapons maker finds connection to a culture.
A Second Look at Organic Wines
It wasn’t that long ago that organic wines weren’t taken seriously.
If the honu can survive the dinosaurs, the ice age, man and mysterious disease, certainly we humans can survive a little economic blip.
Maui's farmers face a host of challenges. Here's what some are doing to survive—and why we all need to help.
Side Dish: Poi Poundin’
Gossip Gourmet pounds some poi at the Maui Ag Fest.