Mark your calendar for AgFest2015

Maui County Agricultural Festival  Saturday, April 4, 2015 Lūʻau Grounds at Maui Tropical Plantation Maui County Agricultural Festival is scheduled from 9 am – 4 pm with the Grand Taste from 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm. Grand Taste is a ticketed event. Tickets purchased, in advance, are $30 each (adults and children) or on-site on the

Maui County Agricultural Festival

Maui Grows Pineapples

Once accounting for 80 percent of worldwide production, Hawai‘i-grown pineapples are increasingly grown on small farms across Maui. This heritage-crop bromeliad is celebrated in many cultures as a symbol of hospitality; it is the islands’ gift of aloha.

Pineapples

Maui Grows Herbs

Often inconspicuous and small, huge with flavor and fragrance, herbs add the finishing touch to Maui’s famed regional cuisine. Maui lavender, lemon grass, basil, ginger root and cilantro form just a small bouquet in this critical niche industry.

Ali'i Kula Lavender

Maui Grows Fruits

From golden-red mangoes to flavorful persimmons and blushing lychees, even raspberries, strawberries, and figs, Maui fruits sweeten the market. Freshly picked, local fruits are healthier and tastier than imported fruits or fruit sodas.

Mangoes

Maui Grows Fish and Seafood

Maui aquaculture adapts old Hawaiian practices to modern needs and high-tech opportunities. Without depleting wild resources, commercial aquafarms are increasingly important.

Maui Grows Coffee

Harvested on 40 some farms in Maui County, crimson coffee cherries lend themselves to Maui-origin roasts of exceptionally rich character.

Coffee from MauiGrown Coffee

Maui Grows

Maui farms produce fragrant coffee, native taro, fresh vegetables, colorful flowers, exotic fruits, sweet Maui Kula® onions, landscape greens, sugar cane, pineapples, seed crops, grass-fed beef, even seafood.

Waipoli Farm

News

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Agriculture in the Classroom 2014

Second graders in five classrooms at Princess Nahi'ena'ena welcomed Maui County Farm Bureau to their classrooms today for its annual Agriculture in the Classroom program. Charlene and Ka' eo … [Read More...]

Localicious Chefs

Chef Pang Maui

Meet Tylun Pang

Maui County Farm Bureau’s 2012 Friend of Agriculture award recipient, Tylun Pang is also one of the founding members of Localicious, Dine Out Maui, a chefs’ initiative to support local ag and grow … [Read More...]

Localicious Farmers

Bryan Otani

Meet Bryan Otani

A fourth-generation farmer, the wisdom of Maui’s soil in his body and soul, Otani manages all farm operations as well as sales and marketing for 17 acres of upcountry Kula land, deeply aware of the … [Read More...]