Protecting and Preserving Maui Nui’s Environment & Important Cultural Sites for Over 40 Years

World Water Day March 22, 2023 at UHMC

Please join us for a special World Water Day event hosted by the Student ʻOhana for Sustainability and Sierra Club Maui.  Come learn about the efforts on Maui to mālama our wai and how you can get involved! Wednesday, March 22, 3-6pm on the Great Lawn at UHMC On World Water Day, weʻll be joining communities across the world to reflect on our own water situation here at home, and what we can do to … Read more

Sierra Club Maui Group on Hawaii Now

The Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau sponsored an excellent video about the work of Sierra Club Maui Group and how visitors to Maui can be part of protecting and restoring Maui’s cultural and natural history. Get involved in caring for Hawaii with Sierra Club Maui and Malama Hawaii Sponsored by Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau HONOLULU (HI Now) – Sierra Club Maui hike leaders and volunteers help care for ancient Hawaiian archaeological sites in South … Read more

Preserve state lands for environmental and recreational use

Act 90 was adopted by the State of Hawai‘i in 2003, specifying that agricultural land that is state-owned should be managed by the Department of Agriculture (DOA) rather than the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DNLR). The DLNR has provided short-term and long-term leases to farmers and ranchers on suitable land for a very long time. In addition, some lands have been transferred to the DOA as per Act 90. The past year a … Read more

A walk down the South Maui Shoreline

Rob Weltman and Ann Wallace walked the developed South Maui coast from North Kihei at the Maui Canoe Club to the square parking lot at Kanehena, both to enjoy the views and to see where coastal access is blocked. It is about 20 miles of white sandy beaches interspersed with scenic lava flows creating a series of small coves and long beaches. Much of the South Maui coast is public access: state or county land. … Read more