celebrating 25 years in print

Current Issue of Maui No Ka ʻOi Magazine
March-April 2021

More stories will be added throughout the issue. Thanks for reading. Please share your favorite stories!

hybrid bulldozer

We Sing the Dozer Electric

There’s a new hybrid bulldozer hard at work on Maui.
Waihe‘e Coastal Dunes & Wetlands Refuge

In the Realm Between Ao and Pō

A full-moon hike through the Waihe‘e coastal dunes offers an entry into the land of wandering.
matt foster cards

Shop Maui

Check out these local retailers.
Joy Galatro

The Joy of Sustainability

Joy Galatro’s days are filled with stories of preservation and giving back.
Marlin Bar and Mai Tai

Catch a Cocktail at the Marlin Bar

Stop by Tommy Bahama’s Marlin Bar for a special slice of paradise.
Ulu chowder

The Great ‘Ulu Challenge

Breadfuit is having a moment. Here are some recipes to entice your palate and please even the pickiest eaters.
coconut cloud martini

Coconut Cloud Martini

Create the ultimate tropical indulgence at home with this recipe!
Ulu Poke recipe

Ulu Poke Recipe

Got ʻulu (breadfruit) and not sure what to do with it? Try this unique and tasty recipe courtesy of chef Tylun Pang from the Fairmont Kea Lani in Wailea.
noni plant

Seeds across the Seas

A race of Polynesian seafarers managed to carry with them food for the rest of their lives in Hawai‘i.
Waihee ridge trail

Trial by Trail: Waihee Ridge Trail

Hiking the Waihee Ridge Trail is one of the wonders of Maui. Located along the West Maui Mountains, getting there is an adventure in itself.
ulu prep

Project ‘Ulu

Here’s how a local ranch teamed up with students to support families in need.
maui sunsets

By Dawn’s Early Light: Maui Sunrise

Our 5 favorite places on Maui to watch the sunrise (that aren't Haleakalā Crater)
maui publisher

Think Content!

Believe in the truth and strength of this message: Pursue happiness.

Who’s Helping

These outstanding local businesses and nonprofits deserve to be in the spotlight for all the good they do for Maui.
Tita Kathy Collins

Spring Fevah

“April showahs bring May flowahs.”
bananas

Going Bananas

Tom Stevens recounts his early years living on Maui and how his attempt at growing bananas in a small lot in Iao Valley turned into more than he bargained for.
old lahaina luau

Taking Care of Business

Sustainability doesn’t just apply to the environment.
hawaii butterfly, kamehameha

On The Wing

Entomologists fear this endemic butterfly, our official state insect, may be disappearing from forests.

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