‘Awa: Tradition & Wellness
by Aaron Guerrero"E hānai ‘awa a ikaika ka makani." Feed with ‘awa so that the spirit may gain strength.
Ka Palupalu o Kanaloa Returns to Kanaloa Avenue
"It is my understanding that the island of Kaho’olawe is shaped like the fetus of a child, with his head at Hanakanaea and his rear at Hakioawa. The piko and…
In Memory of Dr. Fern Duvall
“Mahalo a me ke aloha mai Maui Nui”That is how Fern Duvall always ended his email correspondence. With his love for Maui Nui. And his appreciation for you. And then he…
New Volunteer Work Area Completed
Those of you who contributed to the annual appeal last year helped us reach a milestone: we now have a new, sheltered volunteer work area. This will be the huina…
April is Native Hawaiian Plant Month
MNBG's Executive Director Tamara Sherrill explains the history and significance of Hawaiian Plant Month on Akakū's "The Maui Daily."
Native Plants that Drink Responsibly
by Tamara Sherrill MNBG Executive Director Many people who have landscaped with native Hawaiian plants conclude that they have awfully specific needs. The plant you thought would be perfect declines…
Hu`a Lele – A fascinating natural feature in Makaīwa Bay, East Maui
Makaīwa Bay is located about three quarters of a mile northeast of the village of Kailua below Hāna Highway along the north coast of East Maui. `O`opuola Stream that flows…
MNBG Weekly Plant Giveaway Update – October 2021
Effective October 2021, our weekly plant giveaways will take place on Fridays (except holidays) from the MNBG office deck. This allows us to ensure the plants are distributed equitably and…