Is Maui Ready for Island Energy?
February 23, 2012 Each of Hawai‘i’s islands is grappling with a near total dependence on foreign oil for electricity generation and transportation that is no longer considered sustainable. Despite Gov. more »»
Hale Kau Kau Fundraiser
February 23, 2012 “Music Feeds the Soul” is again the theme for the Annual Fundraiser Pa‘ina for Hale Kau Kau, which will be held this year on Saturday, March 3, beginning at 4 p.m. more »»
February 16, 2012 This is an exciting time in the world of humpback whale research. New findings are emerging rapidly, often challenging conventional wisdo. more »»
Maui Whale Festival
February 16, 2012 Humpback whales can be seen breaching and splashing off Maui’s shores from November through May, but experienced whale watchers agree that the month of February brings the peak of the action. more »»
Women Helping Women Fun Run
February 9, 2012 Take a stand against domestic violence--and have some healthy family fun in the process--at the fourth annual Women Helping Women 2, 5 and 10K Fun Run/Walk/Stroll on Saturday, March 10, beginning at... more »»
A Weekend of Whales
February 2, 2012 As part of the Maui Whale Festival, a group of noted researchers, scientists, marine experts and photographers from across the U.. more »»
Paddle for Health
January 26, 2012 Maui Canoe Club has begun a new program in partnership with University of Hawai‘i Maui College (UHMC). As a result of the efforts of Maui Canoe Club (MCC) member and UHMC Professor Dr. more »»
Will Permablitzing Come to Maui?
January 19, 2012 Matthew Lynch, O‘ahu native and recent TedX Honolulu presenter, stopped by the Upcountry Sustaibility public meeting on Monday, Jan. 9, to talk about his current passion project--Permablitz Hawai. more »»