Paddling in Stolen Waters GenY Hawaiians Fighting Real Estate Fraud Ask Why? A&B and East Maui Irrigation Commit Massive Environmental Crimes Addressing Solutions for Maui’s Unsheltered There’s No Water Under The Bridge Maui Sand Burials & the Grand Heist of 30Mil a Year Intentional Chaos Navigating Homelessness Verbiage Commission on Healing Solutions for Homelessness Introduced Vote for Farming Supporters WSL Served Cease and Desist Orders Maui County Department of Ag Moving Forward Wea ‘Da Mayor? Let the Solutions Flow RRMaui 2020 Sponsorship Benefits Resource Recovery Maui 2019 Replay Mom in the Kingdom How To Testify In Support of FAM Beyond Repair Costing Basics for Multi Crop Vegetables Power To The People If there is Farming, The Water must Flow Mauna Kea Protectors Reaffirm Stance to Kapu Aloha Hawai‘i – Where the Water Buffalo Roam Community Reach & Growing it Forward Raw Milk Movement Opportunity for Hawai‘i Kalama Intermediate is New Home for Upcountry Farmers Union Meetings Commodification of Culture: Notice of War Crimes Maui A&B Sugar Lands Sell for $262 Million Food Sovereignty and Food Security in Hawai‘i: Food For Thought Na Wahine Koa / Strong Women Commemorative Edition Kipahulu Farmers Honored by Aloha Festivals Farmers Voice Hawaii √ 2018 Election Choice SATURDAY Kanaka Maoli March to Vote The Struggle For Wai Has Taken Its Toll Reporting Pesticide Use Near Hawai‘i Schools Improved Communication needed amongst Kahikinui Leaseholders Sustainable Agriculture Committee December 2017 Newsletter Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā If You Canʻt Erase, Use White Out Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Pa‘ia Developer Fails in His Promise To Reach Community How to Host A Community Meeting Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Dirty Dozen Done Hawai‘i Good Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Island Air Aloha & Passwords Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā Raising Maui Girl Power Gets Good Venison vs. Vegans Finding the Empowered Farmer East Maui Contested Case Hearing Final Arguments Monday SenesTech Answers Regarding ContraPest East Maui Water Study Where’s The Beef? A&B Jeopardizes a Natural Industry STOP A&B from Stealing Water for Bt Corn Turn Green Waste Into Fuel Hawaii State Senate Hawaii Senator Phone List Straight Up Moloka‘i Good News Moʻomomi, Moloka‘i Community-Based Subsistence Fishing Area Proposal Preparing For Water Sustainable Agriculture Sensibility Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā Maui Farmers Market A&B Position Statement 2016 Maui County Shenanigans Capture National Attention Maui Activists Set Stewardship Standard Illegal Tour Operators Create Crowds East Maui Demands Veto on Special Interest Legislation HB2501 The Great Heart of Waiokane Maui Backyard Farming Swap Taro Festival Best Ever Stage for Water Rights Holy Cow, Ho‘omau! Church Still Standing Early Attendance Suggested for BF70 March 10th Meeting Maui Garden Exchange HFUU Convention Largest Ever for Growing Organization Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā Makahiki Abundance Response to Little Fire Ants (LFA) in Nahiku Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā Welcome to Farmers Voice Hawai‘i

Intentional Chaos

Serving the needs of the unsheltered during a pandemic is said to be within the purview of the Maui County Civil Defense Agency and The Department of Health. Yet little has been done to serve the population of Maui’s less fortunate. From COVID shelter-in-place day one, Maui County administration has been asked, how do we […]

Navigating Homelessness Verbiage

Here is an acronym key for the complex subject of Homeless, Houseless and Unsheltered Acronym Definitions of Key Terms Please note that key terms used in this report are used for Bridging the Gap (BTG), the Continuum of Care (CoC) Point In Time Count reporting purposes and accurately reflect the data used in this report. […]

Commission on Healing Solutions for Homelessness Introduced

This Friday, July 24, 2020 the Maui County Council will have First Reading on a Commission on Healing Solutions for Homelessness. Over the last four months the agencies who receive Maui County funds have struggled to deal with the vulnerable population of houseless, homeless and those living in their cars. Early COVID alarm prompted erroneous […]

Vote for Farming Supporters

Famers Voice Hawai‘i is proud to endorse they the following candidates and their bid for office. We feel the voting record of these candidates has balanced towards the support needed for farming, farmers and agriculture over all. The list is growing of those candidates that have leaned towards best practice farming. CANDIDATES: Farmers Voice Hawai‘i is […]

Paddling in Stolen Waters

It’s not the JAWS you know. As land tenancy remains to be a high topic of conversation in Hawai‘i, on O‘ili Road Maui, it has become a dangerous landscape. The resident tenants and the heirs are restoring the ahupua‘a (land from mountain to sea) of Kaupakalua. The adjoining property to the grown-famous street, O‘ili Road, used […]

WSL Served Cease and Desist Orders

EXHIBIT Administrative notices served to the World Surf League on behalf of the heirs to the Kaupuakulua Ahupua’a in Haiku – Hamakualoa Maui Hawaii. The notice was confirmed as received on 12-03-20. WSL Cease and Desist Order

Maui County Department of Ag Moving Forward

UPDATE: The Environmental, Agricultural and Cultural Preservation Committee introduced a Maui Department of Agriculture. The item passed first reading at a full Council of Maui Count on July 10, 2020. The vote was 6-2, Yuki Sugimura and Tasha Kama voting no and one excused, Riki Hokama. The item will have a second reading at the […]

Wea ‘Da Mayor?

It appears that Maui County Mayor Victorino is imposing more than social distancing onto the residents of Maui. He has created a “humane distancing” issue onto himself and his administrative leaders. The conditions for unsheltered residents at Kanaha with the Beach park gate locked is unfathomable. The County is at the end of the hot, […]

GenY Hawaiians Fighting Real Estate Fraud Ask Why?

The island of Maui in Hawai‘i has had one of the largest water battles in history. A hundred year plus battle. Long standing court cases, incestuous land and water boards, corporation control of government, all these and more have led a sad path for native tenants who merely want water to farm. Broken promises exhausted […]

Let the Solutions Flow

Resource Recovery Maui prepares for a free remote event focused on applied solutions. In it’s third year, Farmers Voice Hawai‘i is proud to announce this year’s event, Resource Recovery: Let the Solutions Flow. This will be an uplifting event with serious topic command. Part One of the event will be held remotely on July 11, 2020. This […]

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