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Tourism Authority Seeks to Preserve Hawaiian Culture
November 2nd, 2011 · 1 Comment · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Featured, Maui Business
 

The Hawaii Tourism Authority in partnership with the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, is now accepting applications for the Kukulu Ola – Living Hawaiian Culture Program and Natural Resources Program.


County To Strengthen Tourism By Supporting Community Events
County To Strengthen Tourism By Supporting Community Events
October 3rd, 2011 · Comments Off · Maui Business
 

The Maui County Office of Economic Development (OED), in partnership with the Hawaii Tourism Authority, is soliciting proposals for community-based events that will help to strengthen Hawaii tourism.


University of Hawaii Maui College campus. Courtesy of UHMC.
$24M Federal Workforce Grant Brings Training to Maui
September 28th, 2011 · Comments Off · Featured, Maui Business
 

The Hawaii congressional delegation announced Monday that the University of Hawaii’s Community Colleges will receive a $24,653,118 grant to partner with business and government on workforce development programs.


Mike Carroll (left), president, Maui Pacific Solar, says that Kauai utility has already shown that the Interconnect Reliability Study required by Hawaiian Electric to be an unnecessary impediment to renewable energy projects moving forward on Maui. "If Kauai can do it, why can't we?" Photo courtesy of Maui Pacific Solar.
Mauian Renewable Energy Firms Receive US Funding
September 23rd, 2011 · 1 Comment · Featured, Maui Business
 

Pacific Biodiesel Inc. and Maui Pacific Solar, Inc. will receive a combined total of $115,156 in grants and $190,000 in loan guarantees for two very different energy projects.


OHA Soliciting Bids for Native Hawaiian Outreach Programs, $250,000 Available
OHA Soliciting Bids for Native Hawaiian Outreach Programs, $250,000 Available
May 16th, 2011 · Comments Off · Maui Business
 

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is seeking bids from non-profit organizations capable of providing services to improve family income levels, raise educational achievement levels and improve health conditions among Native Hawaiians in the state.