The Malama i ka Aina Award is presented annually to a landscaper, plant provider (retail and wholesale nurseries and garden shops), or commercial/agricultural property owner/manager to recognize their efforts to keep invasive species out of Maui County.
The award is a cooperative effort of the Maui Association of Landscape Professionals, the Maui Invasive Species Committee, and the County of Maui. The award was presented June 20th at the Maui Association of Landscape Professional’s Lawn & Garden Fair at the Maui Mall.
Angela Kay Kepler is a New Zealand-born naturalist and author. She is a graduate of the University of Canterbury, New Zealand and has a Master’s degree from the University of Hawaii and a doctorate from Cornell University, New York. She also studied at Oxford University.
She has conducted research in Hawaii, Alaska, Russia and the Caribbean. Two bird species have been named for her: the Elfin-woods Warbler (Dendroica angelae), a Puerto Rican endemic; and the extinct Hawaiian rail Porzana keplerorum.
She has a farm on Maui and grows some 32 different banana varieties.
Publications by Angela Kepler:
- The World of Bananas in Hawaii: Then and Now – 2012
- West Maui: A Natural History Guide – 2007
- Haleakala: From Summit to Sea – 2005
- A Pocket Guide To Maui’s Hana Highway: A Visitor’s Guide – May 2004
- Exotic Tropicals of Hawaii: Heliconias, Gingers, Anthuriums, and Decorative Foliage – 1999
- Hawaiian Heritage Plants – 1998
- Maui’s Floral Splendor – 1995
- Haleakala: A Guide to the Mountain – 1992
- Majestic Molokai: A Nature Lover’s Guide – 1992
- Sunny South Maui: A Guide to Kihwailea & Makena Including Kahoolawe – 1992
- Trees of Hawai’i – 1991
- Proteas in Hawaii – 1988
Saturday, June 18, 2016 at the
21st Annual Lawn & Garden Fair at the Maui Mall
Sponsored by the Maui Association of Landscape Professionals.
- The project must include 50% plant material minimum.
- It must fit into a 7ft x 9ft space.
- Set up is Friday, June 17 from 5 pm to 7pm & Saturday June 18 from 7:30am to 9:30 am. Removal of the display is required by 5 pm June 18.
- It can be any design (a landscape, a portrait, a comedic play on plants).
- Be creative! Be simple!
- CASH PRIZES FROM $300 down to $100!!
Call Allison Wright at 808-268-6927 or email at email@example.com ASAP to enter.
Saturday June 20th
10AM –> 3PM
Maui Brewing Co | 605 Lipoa Pkwy, Kihei
MALP will have a booth – please look for us!!
Come out and support this great cause as part of the proceeds will be donated to West Maui Kumuwai to support ongoing water conservation efforts on Maui.
This workshop will focus on how environmental factors can effect a plant’s health and increase its susceptibility to insect and disease pathogens.
There will be ample coverage of pests of wood plants and palms in Hawaii, along with a hands-on opportunity to view and identify pests in the field.
3-25-2015 | 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Questions? Call us at 866-785-8960
REGISTER ONLINE AT WCISA.NET/EVENTS
Sponsored by Maui Green & Beautiful
To round out the day, participants will learn how to diagnose pest problems and abiotic disorders caused by adverse environmental factors that can cause decline or contribute to serious pest problems.
Bruce Hagen, Sebastopol, CA
Various Local Speakers from HDOA and CTAHR TBA
This workshop, covering the fundamentals of tree biology and basic entomology, will focus on how environmental factors can effect a plant’s health and increase its susceptibility to biotic agents (insect and disease pathogens). It will also explore why introduced (non-native) pests can be so destructive and spread so rapidly. There will be ample coverage of pests of wood plants and palms in Hawaii, along with a hands-on opportunity for participants to view and identify pests in the field. To round out the day, participants will learn how to diagnose pest prob-lems and abiotic disorders caused by adverse environmental factors that can cause decline or contribute to serious pest problems. Emphasis will be on managing pests by selecting tree species that are appropriate to a given site, providing appropriate cultural practices, and monitoring regularly for signs and/or symptoms and any contributing factors.
Please bring your own hand lens.
You’re Invited to MALP’s Annual Holiday Party
And help us raise some money at the same time!
|Date||December 22, 2014|
|Place||Hawaii Grower Products Kahului Store (Map)
Prizes are going to be fun, including a string trimmer, Felco tools and now…
We’re asking for a $20 donation for raffle tickets (if you can).
We are hoping to raise $500 for MISC.
If you have any fun prizes to donate please bring it with you.
Please RSVP to Allison @ 808-268-6927 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Date||Saturday November 15, 2014|
|Place||We will meet in The Nature Conservancy parking lot at 81 Makawao Avenue.
Space is limited for this hike, we need to carpool from The Nature Conservancy to the boardwalk trail head. Please RSVP so we know how many will be attending.
MALP’s Previous hike to the preserve
- Sturdy footwear (good traction and ankle-support preferred)
- Long pants, layered clothing in the event of cold weather
- Raingear or ponchos
- Water, snacks or lunch
- Sunscreen and/or hat
- Binoculars or camera
- Backpack to carry it all and leave your hands free
- And a good attitude!
that could carry hitchhiking weed seeds.
|What||Maui Association of Landscape Professionals (MALP's) 18th Annual Lawn and Garden Fair. We are also having our 4th Artscapes A Living Art Exhibition.|
|Date||Saturday November 9th 2013|
|Where||The Maui Mall 70 East Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului|
The Fair is Free and open to all
Non-Profits that Sell $100
ARTSCAPES – A LIVING ART EXHIBITION
ArtScapes is a design/art competition for artists, landscapers, students and garden enthusiasts to express their artistic side using plants and other natural elements.