Join Us for a 5-Star Maui Adventure
Focusing on the Future of Maui
This island is home to a multitude of farms and ranches that sustain island life for those farmers who truly live off the land. Maui was the last island to be growing and processing sugar cane, but it ended December 2016. The pineapple industry of 100 years has diminished to a few hundred acres at Maui Gold Pineapple Company UpCountry in Haliʻimaile.
The future of Hawai’i is a series of cottage crops and small farms growing vegetables, herbs, cacao, fruits, aloe, coffee, pineapples, lavender, olives, dragonfruit, flowers, and ranches that raise grass fed cattle and free range chickens, providing healthy food and sustainability for our islands.
The rich culture and history of Maui comes from the people who worked the land for generations and the future of Maui will be the youth of today creating a new Agricultural lifestyle of Hawai’i. Please join us for a truly breathtaking tour of the Maui countryside!