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Maui Considering a County Department of Ag

Maui County East Maui Council member Shane Sinenci is introducing a resolution to create a Maui Department of Agriculture. A presentation was given at the June 16, 2020 Environmental, Agriculture and Cultural Preservation Committee meeting.  The resolution is here: MauiDeptOfAgReso Business of the State of Hawai‘i Department of Agriculture is based on O‘ahu and it […]

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 […]

RRMaui 2020 Sponsorship Benefits

Aloha Resource Recovery Maui 2020 Event Supporter, This year, the theme for Resource Recovery Maui 2020 is Let the Solutions Flow. This will be an uplifting event with serious topic command. Featured speakers will present on subject matters such as: water; trash to energy; recycling; compost; leadership building and cultural preservation. Please be a part […]

Mom in the Kingdom

NIGHT BEFORE “Mom, tomorrow we are confirming that Hawai‘i tax map key process is fraudulent.” “I’m making cinnamon rolls.” “Okay let’s role play. Not to be negative just to consider all options. And where do you think we should park? is there room for all the cars?” Me, calmly, straight-faced, “I think we should park […]

Addressing Solutions for Maui’s Unsheltered

The diligence of Share Your Mana is unmatched. Tenacious and calm fortitude through bureaucratic red tape and character differences makes this organization the leader in best practices with assisting Maui County’s less fortunate residents. A registered non-profit, Share Your Mana has garnered a myriad of supporters and partners. It’s valuable to include all who want […]

How To Testify In Support of FAM

Remote testifying at the Maui County has become a reality after 25+ years. An alternative to public testimony has been triggered by concerns surrounding the corona virus. Maui residents can provide remote testimony for the April 9th Economic Development and Budget Committee meeting through an online program called, BlueJeans. The new option to testify via […]

Beyond Repair

Reclamation on the farm and ranch is mainstay. We replace handles of shovels and weed tools, we glue a cracked bucket from time to time, we upcycle where we can. There are times though, that retiring a tool is inevitable. A broken ladder, because its purely unsafe, is taken to metals recycling; a rusty bent […]

Power To The People

Some people might not believe they have power. It may sound like a lofty thing to say. Funny how when kids play super heros, you can often hear “I have the Power!”, “Give me some Power!” or the defeated, “They stole my Power?!” Truth be told, we all have mana or power and truth be […]

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