• Our 2017 Annual Report

    Aloha, It has been another exciting year! Enclosed you will find the Maui Tomorrow Foundation 2017 Annual Report, which highlights a few of the important activities we have been involved in this year. We are able to step up and accomplish these things because of generous donations from people like

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  • On Maui

    Protecting Maui's Future Requires: Truly Affordable Housing, Respecting Cultural Heritage and Streamflows, Sustainable Agriculture, Renewable Energy / Climate Change, Enhanced Quality of Life

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  • Help Protect Our Streams!

    Maui Tomorrowʻs legal team has been fighting for years to have Hawaiiʻs Public Trust laws upheld, and our streams restored in East Maui. Come show your support as we go before the state Water Commission! East Maui Streamflow Contested Case Hearing Monday, October 9, 2017 5:00 pm Haiku Community Center

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  • Maui Community Groups Reach Settlement Over Future of Mākena Region

    Impacts of Luxury Development on Environment and Cultural Practices Significantly Reduced Community groups and the owner of Makena Resort (ATC Makena) have reached an agreement regarding the future of the Mākena region. The agreement includes reducing density throughout the entire Mākena resort lands as well as the makai parcels, preservation

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  • Mālama ‘Āina: A Conversation About Maui’s Farming Future

    Another period in the history of Hawai`i appears to be coming to a close with the announcement by Alexander & Baldwin (A&B) that they are closing their sugar operations on Maui under their subsidiary, HC&S. Many people look at the 36,000 acres that HC&S currently farms on Maui and wonder

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  • Enhanced Quality of Life

    Ahh, the laid-back Maui lifestyle! Where did this reputation come from? Is it a thing of the past? Is it only possible for visitors now, or can local residents hope to reclaim some time to spend with family and friends instead of having to work multiple jobs just to survive?

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