Taste of School Gardens Gala Grows Some Good!

Wow! What a night! More than 400 people attended the 4th Annual Taste of School Gardens gala on Saturday March 12th, 2016, on the Hotel Wailea Sunset Lawn. Thanks to all the support from our ‘ohana, we raised $60,000 for more than 3,000 students in school garden programs across Maui. The evening featured fabulous food […]

Mahalo to our Taste of School Gardens Sponsors

Grow Some Good’s Taste of School Gardens event wouldn’t be a success without our sponsors. Thank you to the many individuals and businesses that are donating their time, talent and resources to our event this year. Putting the “Taste” in Taste of School Gardens We want to recognize those who make Taste of School Gardens an outstanding […]

Chef Paris Nabavi

Chef Nabavi, owner of Sangrita Grill and Cantina, and his wife Donna have hosted several special fundraising events in their home.  At these very popular events, guests enjoy a wonderful meal prepared by the Chef and the couple’s warm hospitality. Thank you Chef Nabavi for your generous support!      

My First Grade Garden Recipe Book

Doritos Salad? Yes! Find the recipe here in My First Grade Garden Recipe Book. This book is full of yummy, garden-fresh dishes that are fun for both adults and keiki to prepare. Recipes include: Kale Chips, Easy Ratatouille, Eggplant Parmesan, Lettuce Wraps, Pinakbet, Pesto, Sweet Potato Shoots, Edible Art and more! Thank you to the students […]

Hawaii Legislators Support Farm to School Programs

Over the past few months, we’ve seen news highlighting school gardens and their importance to supporting better nutrition and local agriculture. On July 7, 2015, Governor David Ige signed Farm to School bill SB 376, which aims to increase the amount of local produce in our school cafeterias. A recent KITV4 interview quoted Dexter Kishida with the Department […]

October – Farm to School Month

Leah Belmonte, Governor’s Representative, Maui at State of Hawaii joined Grow Some Good and MSGN at the Lipoa Farmer’s Market today to offer this official proclamation. “… proclaim October 2015 as Farm to School Month in Hawai’i and ask all the citizens of the Aloha State to support activities that heighten the awareness of farm to school and […]

Birds & Blooms

Grow Some Good is pleased to be featured in Birds and Blooms November issue by Kaitlin Stainbrook! Click to enlarge the article.

SOLD OUT!! Nov. 14 – Cooking Kabobs with Chef Nabavi!

Join us this fall with Chef Paris Nabavi and his wife Donna, for a special home-cooked dinner event on November 14, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. UPDATE: This event is SOLD OUT, but we are still taking RSVP requests for cancellations. If you want to be put on a wait list, fill out the form below. Also, […]

Plant a Tree of Life – Grow ‘Ulu (breadfruit)

Grow Some Good, in partnership with the Breadfruit Institute, National Tropical Botanical Garden in Hana, and the Plant a Tree of Life – Grow ‘Ulu Project, is providing ‘ulu tree (breadfruit) saplings to the Maui community this month in recognition of statewide and global efforts to increase the number of ‘ulu trees growing in our […]

$1500 Garden Maintenance Materials

If you think after planting, your money spent on a garden is done, you’ll learn quickly.   Last year at Kihei Elementary we spent about $1500 on “garden maintenance supplies”.  This is pest deterrents, organic amendments, fungii treatments, cover crop seeds, build compost piles, and a long list of things to fix problems! Estimated Cost $1500/school/year