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Hana Gold Plantation was founded in 1978 by Robert and Francine Frost with a commitment to provide people with the finest, naturally grown products. In recent years Hana Gold has begun producing Maui’s first “branch to bar” chocolate. We are joined by our son Aldon and his wife Alyssa in our efforts. The growing of each tree to the pouring of every bar, making a quality 100% Maui grown chocolate has become a family passion. Our commitment to our neighbors and customers is to deliver a superior gourmet chocolate crafted from natural Hawaiian ingredients using only the most environmentally thoughtful methods.
Hana Gold Cacao Plantation rests along the rugged Hana Coast of Maui on the slope of the towering Haleakala Volcano. Cooled by a gentle tropical mist and naturally fertilized by Hawaii’s rich volcanic soil, our trees produce the most flavorful cacao beans in the world. East Maui offers a unique environment for growing cacao that creates a chocolate rich in diverse flavors and subtle undertones. All of our cacao is harvested with care by hand and processed under the watchful eye of our master chocolatier. It is this careful treatment of our beans that gives Hana Gold chocolate its critically acclaimed flavor.
Our cacao is cared for on our plantation with a respect for the land. We grown our trees only with what nature has given, the sun, the soil, the rain. Our chocolate is made using only the finest available Hawaiian ingredients, making Hana Gold one of the few chocolates in the world made from Hawaii’s bounty. Hana Gold’s unblended and entirely Hana grown chocolate is handcrafted using environmentally conscious processes, making it the truest flavor of aloha in a chocolate bar.
Hāna Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center serving as the “safety net” provider for the medically underserved population of the remote Hāna District, located in Maui County. Services are provided to all people regardless of their ability to pay. A sliding fee scale is available for primary health care services according to federal guidelines. Hāna Health is a 501(c)(3) private, non-profit corporation, duly registered with the State of Hawaii and governed by a voluntary Board of Directors.
Hāna Health Clinic
4590 Hana Highway
Phone: (808) 248-8294
Fax: (808) 248-8917
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday:
7:00 am – 5:00 pm
7:00 am – noon &
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
8:00 am – noon
Urgent/emergent care is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in cooperation with American Medical Response and Maui Memorial Medical center.
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.
Run by chefs who are a father and son duo. A great ‘don’t-wanna-miss it’ stop along the Hāna Highway at the Nahiku Marketplace – with ‘ono food, a sweet place to sit on our covered porch and enjoy local cuisine – take some to go!!
to our beautiful oceanfront vacation rentals on Hana Bay at Waikaloa Beach.
We offer first class studio, one- and two-bedroom Hana accommodations that feature exquisite grounds, beachside barbecue, fully equipped kitchens, private lanais, and free wireless internet service. Many of our Hana condos have panoramic oceanfront views where you can experience incredible sunrises and moonlit nights while turtles and dolphins swim nearby in the surf.
Hana Kai Maui offers an unforgettable vacation for you and your family. Please take a look at each of our unique Hana vacation rentals and find the one that fits your needs.
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 Youth Center was established in 1986 by the late Uncle Jackie Kahula as an after school drop in center for the youth of Hana. We provide a setting that is fun, clean and free from the influences of tobacco, drugs and violence; where Hawaiian values are promoted.
Operating as a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, Hana Youth Center provides membership to youth ages 8 – 18, with a variety of activities that are manuahi (free). We are located within the Hana Community Center directly across from Hana Ball Park.
Explore the Road Less Traveled at Hana-Maui Resort
Nestled along the famed Road to Hana—a 64-mile stretch of picturesque road that winds along Maui’s northern coast—Hana-Maui Resort is located in Hana town, where guests will find a blend of aloha spirit and coastal charm. Our secluded luxury oasis offers travelers a beautiful place to escape on Hawaii’s eastern coast, with proximity to renowned beaches, tropical forests and waterfalls, and the majestic Pacific Ocean.
Come join us for a peaceful, relaxing stay on the east side of Maui, in the Maka‘alae ahupua‘a near Hāna, where Hanapapalani lives up to its Hawaiian meaning… “Heaven and All the Spiritual Powers.”
We have 2 accommodations spaces on the property ~ Minimum 3 nights stay, maximum occupancy of 2 individuals per accommodation
…with everything you need to make yourself at home. Your health and well-being is of utmost important to us, and we have implemented a detailed COVID-19 cleaning and sanitation protocol, as well as a contact free access to your abode.
Sybil Sea first visited Maui at age 10. She creates images of realism and fantasy with a palette of pure joy. Sybil Sea spent 20 years as a potter in Carmel, California. She drew scenes of nature on clay. Realizing that she was filling her pottery with line drawings, she went back to painting on canvas and then to silk with ink dyes. The images on this double set of 6 cards are of Sybil Sea’s original ink dye on silk, 36″ x 36″ paintings.
Card sets of 12 (2 cards of each image) with envelopes
Available for $30, plus shipping
Hanaside News is a community based business providing quarterly publication, serving residents from Keana‘e to Kaupo and beyond; via island-wide circulation and subscribership.
The torch has been passed and it’s very exciting that with our 50th issue to be published in January 2021, this amazing community resource can continue to inform and enrich the lives of our residents, near and far.
A Gift Subscription is a wonderful and thoughtful way to keep family & friends connected to our community.
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.
Hawaii Disaster Restoration is a water damage, fire damage, mold removal, biohazard cleanup, and storm damage cleanup company. You can call us 24/7 and speak to a live operator to dispatch a certified crew 365 days a year. All our certified technicians are trained and arrive in a uniform and marked vehicles. Our employees all follow the values that make Hawaii great with the focus of taking care of each other.
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.
Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Inc. is a private, not for profit community-based health enhancement, disease prevention and health care center.
We provide programs on nutrition, health management and health care referrals for the community of Maui in a culturally caring manner. The staff of Hui No Ke Ola Pono works within a standard of conduct which reflects Hawaiian values.
Hui No Ke Ola Pono is one of five Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems created under the Native Hawaiian Health Care Act of 1988 and reauthorized under the Native Hawaiian Health Care Improvement Act of 1992. Hui No Ke Ola Pono provides services to the Native Hawaiian Community on Maui through its Wailuku and Hana offices. The majority funding source is a federal grant from Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
You may call on us:
If you have questions on any health related issues
If you or someone you know can benefit from our program and services
If you want to learn how to live a healthy lifestyle
Alan Jahns, formerly a Partner in JMD Beverages, a company he founded and helped build into Hawaii’s largest locally-owned & operated fine wine distributorship. He’s also taught the popular wine classes since 1991 for UH Outreach, Kauai Community College and Maui Community College’s (now UH Maui Campus) EdVenture. An in-demand speaker throughout the state of Hawaii, Alan’s been invited to speak before a wide array of groups, from “Wine 101” for conventions to “Wine & Health” issues at Maui’s Life-Fest.
A resident of Maui since 1978, Alan is married (1989-current; Sharon) with two sons (Michael 31 & Stephen 29). Always very active in the Maui-community, Alan was awarded the “Pundy Yokouchi Visionary in the Arts Award” in 2012 from the Maui Arts & Cultural Center for his on-going philanthropic work….
Following the sale of his company in 2012, Alan &Sharon purchased a 6 acre farm in beautiful Hana, Maui and converted it into a small animal rescue non-profit, specializing in neglected/abused horses.
Alan was recently elected to the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity-Maui representing the East Maui community, where he’ll be focused on helping to improve Hana’s acute housing problems.