March-April 2013

March-April 2013 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

Haleakala Crater

Eight Tiny Steps for Tardigrades

Tiny Water Bears, also known as moss piglets, have made a home in the Hawaiian Islands on the summit of Haleakala.
Maui death store

The Death Store

A look at an eco-friendly way to return to the earth after life. A range of bio-degradable supplies needed to rest in peace with Mother Nature.
kolea lau nui

Painting the Forest Red

The legends, information and uses of the kolea lau nui tree.
chef Tylun Pang


Chef Tylun Pang shares his family traditions in his cooking with each dish as a celebration of the Islands multicultural heritage.
hala weaver in Hawaii

The Weave of History

In the plaited leaves of the pandanus tree, a lauhala master passes along an ancient tradition.
Nuu Apole Point, Maui

The Last Wild Coast

Maui's southern shore is a land of startling contrasts: barren lava, soaring cliffs, and a wetland that humans are fighting to restore.
Kathy Collins as Tita

Good to da Las Drop

Ovah here. da ua (rain) bring da pua (flowahs), no mattah what da calendah say.

Publisher’s Note

Maui No Ka Oi Publisher Diane Haynes Woodburn talks story about an emergency journey in the Pacific and recalls the many challenges that face our own small island in this environmental issue.
Chef Jennifer Evetushick

Pho, Glorious Pho

Chef Jennifer Evetuschick shares her recipe for a seafood soup guaranteed to win friends.

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