Mananalu Water, derived from the Hawaiian words “mana” (power) and “nalu” (wave), is sourced from natural springs and packaged in 100% recyclable aluminum cans.
Located within Hoakalei Resort, the year-round venue will feature the innovative Wai Kai Wave, a 52-acre Wai Kai Lagoon, three new restaurant concepts, the private Nalo Kai Club and Sessions Lifestyle & Apparel shop.
The 10-week program engages students by teaching them about where food comes from, learning basic cooking skills from local chefs, and how to prepare nutritious, tasty snacks and meals using fresh products from local farmers and purveyors, affordable staples, including shelf-stable items that are local favorites.
Enter the Localicious Hawaii K-12 Art and Video Contest now and win great prizes from Hawaii Gas. Create original artwork or a 30-second video highlighting the importance of local farmers, ranchers, and fishermen.
Formerly known as Scout Makahiki, this is the longest continually running Cub Scouts event in the country and honors the legacy and memory of Ellison Onizuka, an Eagle Scout and Astronaut born and raised in Hawaii.
The survey revealed 44 percent of residents agreed tourism is being better managed on their island, while 67 percent said tax dollars should be spent to manage tourism’s impacts in their community.