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September-October 2007

September-October 2007 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

herb mix

Multi-purpose herb mix

When prepping for dinner at Il Teatro in Wailea, Chef Kulis personally harvests herbs from the restaurant’s garden.

Saving Honolua

A fragile area on Maui’s northwestern shore faces an uncertain future. . . .
campers journal

A Camper’s Journal

We explore the natural grandeur of Maui’s eastern shoreline near Camp Ke‘anae.
maui things to do

Activity ABCs

Some put the “active” in activity; others are more cultural. All are fun and inspiring.
hawaiian culture

Bringing Hawaiian Culture To Light

The Four Seasons in Wailea has a brilliant new art collection—“the first of its kind anywhere,”--courtesy of modern Hawaiian artists.

GMO Kalo? Get an Educated Opinion

Use these helpful resources to learn more about the GMO kalo (taro) controversy.

High Stakes

Maui Cattle Company is betting its brand of premium beef can save ranching in the Islands.
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Hilltop Hideaway

Restoring a historic Maui dwelling—who says you can’t go home again?

Jumping Flea

'Ukulele entertainer and master teacher Walter Kawa'i'aea keeps the beat of Hawaiian music.
things go bump

Things that go bump…

When it comes to renting, possesion is everything.

Watch them Grow: tips from Orchidland

You found the perfect plant at watch love bloom with these tips from the experts on best plant nutrition and optimal growing conditions.

Welcome Home, Kolea!

Every autumn, Hawai‘i welcomes home a beloved snowbird, the Pacific golden plover (Pluvialis fulva), known to Hawaiians as kolea.
Jake Shimabukuro

20th Century Vox

Read writer Michael Stein's exclusive interview with Hawaii's own 'ukulele rock star, Jake Shimabukuro.

Talk Story

My friend Yukiko wants to move here to study oceanography at Maui Community College. She registered for classes but has one concern: housing.

The Future of Kalo

If Hawaiian kalo (taro) is in danger, is genetic modification the answer?
publisher's note

Publisher’s Note

What do you think kama‘aina is? Love the land and the people, and be respectful. That’s kama‘aina.