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Maui Rat ungwaorm disease

“Eat all your veggies” we say to our children. Veggies and fruits are an important part of every diet providing countless vitamins, fiber, antioxidants...
Manawahine Napua

Manawahine:  a woman of power or a powerful woman. This is a fairly modern term, not one used by our ancestors.  I first heard this...
manawahine walk4water Maui

Last week I was calling all kinds of women on Maui that had one thing in common: they care about wai (water).  My mission...
Hawaiian midwives Bill SB 1312

In recent months Hawai’i legislators have been voting on SB1312, a senate bill that intends to regulate midwifery within our state. While oversight in...
Monsanto Maui classrooms

When you talk to Maui schoolteachers there is no doubt that Monsanto has found their way into the classrooms. From K-12 there is a...
Maui bus route

Did you know that there is no public transportation between Makawao and Paia? It’s true! Currently, locals and tourists, without a car, have no...
Milega Hawaii

Living on an island can feel remote sometimes, so it is always great when someone has a passion to share something amazing from their...
Makana O Ka Ola

Makana ‘O Ka Ola is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the under-served and marginalized members of our Maui community. The new community clinic...
Domestic Violence Maui

With a new president coming into office and the national conversation his election sparked off on the de-valuation of women by society, I thought...
women's march Maui

Women’s rights are human rights, regardless of a woman’s race, ethnicity, religion, immigration status, sexual identity, gender expression, economic status, age or disability. On January...
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