We are pleased to unveil the start of a new coalition campaign, “Hukilike No Maui: Together for Maui.” The Hukilike Coalition aims to bring the community together to address how the former sugar cane lands can be used to address some of the most pressing issues for Maui: affordable housing, local food and energy security, and conservation. By working together, we can create comprehensive solutions. Over the past 3 months, a group of Maui organizations has put together the outline of this coalition, and now we need more community members to join to help get it up and running.
Sierra Club Maui Group will be unveiling the coalition’s main goals at its Annual Meeting:
Saturday, February 25th, 2017
11 am – 3 pm
Kanoa Senior Center in Spreckelsville, Hana Highway
There will be a presentation and panel discussion about the coalition’s goals, information on how to get involved, and time for everyone attending to give input on our next steps. We imagine this to be just one of many community gatherings that will help us build ties and continue to work together.
There will also be a potluck lunch and additional food provided by Flatbread Company, Mana Foods, and Whole Foods Market.
Please bring a food dish if you can, as well as your own plate, cup, and utensils to cut down on waste.