March-April 2014

March-April 2014 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

kamakou preserve, molokai hiking

Kamakou Preserve

The Molokai native forest includes 2,774 acres home to many native plants that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
sake ohyama nigori

Sake, for Goodness Sake

Pure, expertly crafted sake is a great alternative to more traditional beverages. Move beyond traditional cultural pairing, and you’ll find an array of compatible offerings.
little fire ant in maui hawaii

Little Red Menace

Little Fire Ants cause animal blindness and painful stings, among other problems.
climate change issues

Living with Climate Change

A warming planet is raising sea levels around the globe. How can we adapt to keep living near the coast?
raw brownies by Choice Health Bar in Maui

Choosing What Tastes Good

How did a former banker and an anthropology major become accidental restaurateurs? Maybe Choice was Fate all along.

Island Boogie

We couldn't have asked for a better backdrop to show off such fashions than the chic, modern Andaz Maui Resort in Wailea.
water friendly garden tips

Lean & Green

Your guide to a water-friendly garden starts here.
gourmet Mexican food in Maui

Sangrita Grill & Cantina

Iranian-born chef Paris Nabavi brings south-of-the-border tastes to West Maui.
april fools day trick

Eh, No Foolin’!

Tita has some tricks up her sleeve for April Fools pranksters.
Star Noodle Empty Bowl fundraiser

Empty Bowl, Full Heart

Empty Bowl fundraiser at Star Noodle features entertainment, handcrafted art, and Asian-inspired dishes to benefit the Maui Food Bank and others.

Spring-cleaning

Diane begins her spring cleaning regimen.

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