“It’s Not Your Water” Will the Giveaway of More Than 80% of Maui's Public Waters Continue?

Posted by - October 14, 2017

The battle over Maui’s public water resources, a battle pitting the common interest of Native Hawaiians and ordinary citizens against Alexander & Baldwin, the state’s largest land development corporation, continues to be waged. At an October 9 public hearing in Haiku, the crowd was standing-room-only as the State Commission on Water Resource Management heard final

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Will Environmentally Restorative Practices Transform Maui’s Toxic Agriculture? Maui stands at the crossroads between America’s farming past and its green future

Posted by - May 12, 2016

Marketed as an island paradise, Maui is not the first place one would think of as ground zero in the battle for the future of agriculture. The golden beaches of Lahaina were recently ranked as the second most popular honeymoon destination in the world (after Las Vegas), and its surfing is legendary. The billions of

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