A West Maui restaurant group spills the beans on what it takes to succeed.
At this ranch, story is really not about cows or even about ranching. It's about land management. Open space. Preservation of primeval forest. Running a good business. Having a damn good time with horses. Helping the people.
Haleakala Ranch goes out on a limb to conserve native forest — by harvesting trees to transform into koa guitars.
Requests Music in Wailuku, Maui sells CDs, cassette tapes, vinyl records and even eight-track tapes.
Hawaiʻi cultivates new farmers.
Hawai‘i's subtropical latitude and abundant sunshine make solar power an obvious energy choice, but factors like proximity to the ocean create specific challenges. That’s why it's important to hire seasoned professionals.
Maui Cattle Company is betting its brand of premium beef can save ranching in the Islands.
Every issue of Maui Nō Ka ‘Oi spends its first week traveling the Pacific. We went along for the journey.
How do you stay in business after everyone else moves away? Kaupo Store maintains a slice of Maui history.
With this first installment in a yearlong series, we explore the future of farming on our still mostly rural island.
Ninety-two years after Takezo Komoda started the family business, the last of the Makawao mom-n-pop stores is still winning customers, still making dough.
Heritage Crops: Part 4 in our yearlong look at the future of Maui agriculture.
This Maui mom turned a throwaway commodity into a flat-out brilliant business model.
After a half a century, the Dye family is back in the chocolate business at the brand new Waimea Chocolate Company.
Ono Farms is the largest tropical organic fruit farm in the state.
The sun may have set on two of Maui’s main agribusinesses, but a local company is betting its future on energy crops.
A West Maui theatrical troupe celebrates a decade of performance art that wears a Hawaiian face.
For twenty five years, a small West Maui hotel has built its unorthodox business model on Hawaiian values.
Meet a family of metal artists who craft beauty out of the ordinary.
The companies spotlighted here have defied the odds over the past two decades while others shut down. How have these businesses managed to survive?
Maui offers bees a friendly environment, and their keepers the potential for sweet rewards.
This Maui business has a zest for success.
No need to dig a hole to China—Malik Cotter brings the healing arts of the Far East to Makawao Town.
When Maui Land & Pineapple Company stopped planting fruit last December, it looked like the end of an era—and an island way of life.
Ka Lima O Maui provides job training and employment opportunities to adults with physical and mental disabilities.
Philanthropy is at the center of each piece of Maui Ku‘ia Estate Chocolate.
Maui's farmers face a host of challenges. Here's what some are doing to survive—and why we all need to help.
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