We’ve made the decision to pivot our Huliau Food & Film Festival this year due to the devastating wildfires last month. Our new initiative will invite youth to work alongside volunteer chefs to prepare and package meals to distribute to community hubs and locations in need of a hot meal. Mahalo to our volunteer chef team & sponsors!
Check out the new page on our website featuring resources for 6-12 grade teachers including in-class programs and teaching support, online curriculum resources, virtual field trips and professional development courses.
Latest News and Upcoming Events
The Huliau Leadership Council is open to students in grades 9-12 from all Maui County schools who have an interest in environmental leadership. Members meet twice a month to plan service projects and other environmental leadership projects.
Our fall filmmaking program is open to students in grades 7-12 from all schools. Students will work together (usually grouped by age) to create a short environmental film over the fall semester. The program begins with three initial mandatory meetings both in-person and on Zoom. The majority of filming is done during fall break and editing sessions are scheduled in November and December. Our staff will provide equipment, as well as assistance in planning, filming, and editing. No prior experience is needed
The Huliau Food & Film Festival is a farm-to-table celebration of local agriculture featuring local chefs and student-produced films. This year’s event will feature a five course farm-to-table meal, live music, and student films. All funds raised will benefit our environmental education programs for Maui youth.
Our mission is to promote environmental literacy and leadership among Maui’s youth through community-based educational experiences.
To create and maintain a sustainable Maui by inspiring active, educated, and innovative stewardship.