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Flower leis and tropical flower arrangements, with shipping options, and a gift shop located in Hana Town Center (next to the post office) with authentic hand-made gifts and souvenirs by local crafters and art.
‘Ohana Lei & Flowers is a family owned and operated flower farm located in Hana Maui Hawaii. We grow, cut, clean and package our own flowers.
We are not a flower factory or floral giant. We do not buy bulk flowers, mark them up and ship them to you. We start every morning cutting, cleaning, arranging and packing our tropical flowers with the whole family helping if need be.
The Lono family has been involved in flowers, farming and Hawaiian traditions for more than ten generations. The “Aloha” we use in our flower shipments include a healing prayer if you are sending flowers to an ill relative or friend.
‘Ohana Makamae is a non-profit Behavioral Health and Family Resource Center. It’s mission is “To strengthen the families of East Maui through Hawaiian culture and spiritual values.” It fulfills its mission by providing culturally based, professional Counseling and Therapeutic services.
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The Bamboo Inn offers intimate accommodations on Hāna Bay. All three oceanfront suites have stunning views across the bay and the Wiakaloa peninsula. The inn is centrally located a short walking distance from the public park at the harbor as well as nearby commercial establishments in downtown Hāna.
Each of two studio suites can accommodate up to two guests, are furnished with queen size beds and include small kitchenettes. The one bedroom suite can accommodate up to four guests with a king size bed in the upstairs bedroom and a queen size fold out sofa couch in the first floor living room. The suite includes full kitchen and dining area. Rates range between $225-$335/night plus tax.
Moving to Hana after constructing a cottage and visiting here for more than 40 years is a dream come true.
I am retired from a career as an international business transactions attorney with offices in Tokyo and Seattle, which culminated as a professor of real property at the University of Montana School of Law in Missoula, Montana.
In my retirement I have traveled quite a bit and have been a general contractor and owned and operated a landscape installation firm.
In joining the Hana Business Council,I hope to become engaged with the Hana community by offering my time and skill set to worthwhile endeavors.
Collection, display and preservation of artifacts regarding the history and culture of Hana
Our Museum may not be the largest in Hawaii but it is authentic and has lots of charm. We feature traditional artifacts that were used by the Hawaiian people in their everyday life, worship, fishing, and other aspects of their lives. Check out our popular Faces of Hana display.
Our Gift Shop is a great place to find souvenirs for your ‘ohana back home, including authentic craftwork and art made by the people of Hana.
Listed on the National Register of the Historic Places, the old Hana Courthouse is still used today on the grounds of the Museum for small local legal matters (in session on the first Friday of every month). Behind the courthouse is the Hana Lockup originally built in 1871.
KOKO LP, Hana’s own low-power radio station, broadcasts commercial-free Hawaiian music from the back of the old Courthouse, on 96.3 FM and kokolp.org.
Our Archive is a treasury of artifacts, photos and records that aren’t on display in the museum, but can be opened for local families or scholarly research.
The Hana Cultural Center hosts an annual Ho‘olaule‘a Festival, which is usually held in August. See our website for more information.
Our Museum and Gift Shop is open Wednesday from 10:00 to 3:00 and Friday 10:00 to 3:00. We are sometimes open at other times as well – please call or email to check.
Hana Farms is a tropical farm and marketplace located in the exotic rainforests of Maui’s northern coast, along the historic Hana Highway.
We grow a large variety of tropical fruits and exotic spices and make a wide assortment of products with locally sourced ingredients, which include hot sauces, candies, preserves, and more. As a road side stop for visitors en route to Hana, we are famous for our award-winning banana breads as well as our ever-expanding variety of locally sourced products.
Our mission is to offer Hana visitors a marketplace that aims to support local agriculture and the local community. We have developed a local network of small suppliers, all growing, harvesting, and processing tropical fruits and crops, to bring you quality products made right here in Hana by our small farming community.
Hana Herbs and Flowers Wild Craft Pohole (Maui Fern Shoot) Local and Export – Family Owned & Operated Pohole Farm
We Save Pohole (Maui Fern Shoot) by harvesting from areas where people may bulldoze to build a house or plant flowers, or any other agricultural product. Not changing the land but working with the land. By paying to harvest Pohole it encourages the owner from replacing it. Constantly clearing of vines and other invasive species like African tulips, micronium that threaten the natural habitat of this native plants and indeed it ever existence. We have successfully taken care of our patches that we steward and have help these patches to grow and expand.
We believe that by saving this indigenous plant we hope to save a part of Hawaiian culture. One way is saving Pohole is to give it value on an economic scale that encourages all people to want to maintain this amazing plant. Our first step happened in 1988 when Patsy Mink and Senator Dan Akaka helped Pohole receive approval from the FDA. This has made it possible for everyone in Hawaii to legally sell Pohole thus creating a “new” product that could be sold. It can now be found in many restaurants across the islands and in natural food stores, groceries stores and on mainland. We are thankful to everyone who supports our family farm.
HOFA Hawaii Organic Certified Organic 100% organic.
2010 “Local Hero Award” Category Farm/Farmer from edible Hawaiian Island Community/Magazine.
2009 Winter issue edible Hawaiian Islands Magazine Photo Pohole “What is it & how do you eat it?
2008 Honolulu Magazine October issue Contact info and about us.
2008 Ethnic & Specialty Expo “All Things Organic” Speaker and Demo.
Hāna Ranch is a working cattle ranch on 3,600 acres in Hāna, Hawaiʻi. We want to be more than a sustainable business, we want to be a regenerative one, actively working to make the land and our community better each day.
We are a tropical flower farm and plant nursery situated in Hana, Maui. Our products are held to an organic standard, so all our plants and flowers are lovingly tended to without harming the surrounding environment and our team. We are proud to offer fresh tropical flower arrangements to the entire nation, harvested directly from our land every morning.
Our mission is to leave the earth better than we found it, so we work sustainably by replenishing and giving back to the land and people around us. Quite often we find ourselves with dirt under our fingernails and a smile on our faces because we love what we do!
Hana Tropicals also offers free tours of our farm daily from 10-4. Tours include the step-by-step process of sending a flower arrangement, a guide to local tropical flowers, introduction to our farm life including our goats, chickens, ducks, geese, and a free bouquet to take home!
Hanaside News has served the community from Keanae to Kaupo with information obtained by residents and reporters. We encourage our readers to advertise with us which will continue support of our newspaper!
The exterior of the store has seen better days, but don’t let appearances hold you back from checking out this historic Hana landmark for a bit of shopping in Maui. Just as Paul Weston sang, this 100-year-old-plus fourth generation family run business really does have a wonderful variety of merchandise.
Their eclectic mix of merchandise includes groceries, snacks, shirts, hats, postcards, sunscreen, wine and spirits, souvenirs, doorknobs, fishing rods, books, wall art, cutting boards, bags, balls and more! With such a variety, it’s definitely some of the more interesting shopping in Maui! Need some cash? Then their ATM machine will come in handy too – FREE of service charges for BoH Customers.
The Hana Chapter serves farmers in the East Maui communities of Keanae, Hana, Kipahulu and Kaupo. With its remote location, East Maui relies on a self-sufficient agricultural lifestyle, with abundant production of vegetable crops and fruit orchards, as well traditional taro farming, and many tropical flower farms as well. The opportunities and challenges are unique for East Maui farmers, and we welcome everyone to join the chapter to share knowledge and experience, and work together to support the needs of our farmers.
The Hana Chapter is coordinates the Farmers Market in Hana every Friday afternoon in the Hana Town Center.
The Hana Chapter has also taken the lead in rat lungworm disease response in East Maui, including forming the East Maui RLW Task Force and offering farm visits to help growers with slug and rat vector control.
You’ve heard the expression, “If these walls could speak.” Well then, picture this: they do.
Walls, in homes around the world, declare the beauty and wonder of Hawaii’s magnificent natural environment captured through the careful eye and dedicated print artistry of Jerry Grigory. His passion for Hawaii’s overflowing beauty and rich ancient culture is equaled only by a drive to create imagery that invokes the graceful power of hula and the unique allure of the island’s wonder.
Jerry has been working as a professional photographer and print artist on Maui for thirty-five years. With over forty years experience, he has been a long standing member of the Professional Photographers of America since 1994, member of the American Society of Photographers since 2012, and a strong supporter of their efforts in continuing photographic education and teaching. He is a PPA accredited Certified Professional Photographer, Certified Master Photographer, has received merited print awards from PPA national print competitions, and has repeatedly been awarded merit print recipient in the prestigious Loan Collection division of PPA and the Kodak Gallery Award division. Jerry is also a member of the Professional Photographers of Hawaii.
On the rugged Hana coast, along the far eastern shores of the Hawaiian island of Maui, Kahanu Garden grows in splendid isolation, nestled in the one of the largest native hala (Pandanus) forests in the Islands. Plant collections from the Pacific Islands are the focus here, particularly plants of value to the Hawaiian people as well as other cultures of Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia. Kahanu Garden is situated in the storied land of Honoma’ele and home to Pi’ilanihale Heiau, a massive lava-rock structure that is believed to be the largest ancient man made structure in Polynesia. This awe-inspiring cultural site in the garden is registered as a National Historic Landmark.
Visitors to Kahanu Garden will learn about the cultural relationships between people and these remarkable plants that were transported around the Pacific on ancient voyaging canoes. Among the different ethnobotanical collections at Kahanu Garden is the world’s largest collection of breadfruit cultivars, which serves as a germplasm repository for this important South Pacific food crop.
Kahanu Garden and Preserve is part of the National Tropical Botanical Garden, a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 that has a mission to enrich life through discovery, scientific research, conservation, and education by perpetuating the survival of plants, ecosystems and cultural knowledge of tropical regions.
The purpose of Ke Ao Hāli’i is to protect and preserve the natural and cultural resources of the Hāna moku and the customary and traditional practices of Native Hawaiians of the region; to hold title to and own interests in real property or to hold easements; to preserve and manage the area’s natural, cultural, scenic, historic and marine resources for the benefit, education and enjoyment of our community and future generations.
We seek to acquire and steward important coastal properties in the Hana area, with a current focus on the Maka’alae and Mokae areas.
We, the Kipahulu ‘Ohana, are a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating residents and visitors of the “ways of old” through cultural demonstrations and hands-on activities. Using the wisdom and spiritual guidance of our kupuna (elders, learned teachers), we seek to re-establish a Hawaiian lifestyle in Kipahulu. By initiating sustainable projects, dividing the labor, and sharing the results we will preserve our culture.
Kipahulu Ohana operates Kapahu Living Farm, a traditional wetland taro farm located in Haleakala National Park.