Over the years, many people have been inspired by the work of Maui Cultural Lands. Members of our ‘ohana have dedicated their lives to serving the ‘aina, and through their efforts, they have earned awards, traveled the world, and planted the seeds of change here at home. Here are just a few of those stories.
For the son of Puanani and Edwin “Ed” Robert Naleilehua Lindsey Jr., serving the land and the sea is simply second nature. The Lindseys established Maui Cultural Lands as a nonprofit organization in February 2002. A Native Hawaiian and lifelong school teacher, Ed worked throughout his life to involve […]Read More
No Ka Oi Magazine, March 2008 Around here, we look forward to spring—not because of what’s blooming, or how epic the surf’s been, but because it’s when we at Maui No Ka ‘Oi get to champion a handful of Maui folks who work tirelessly to preserve and protect the natural […]Read More
The Maui Weekly honors the late “Uncle” Ed Lindsey for his many years of dedicated service to Maui. “His wisdom exceeds his time.” Sean Lester, contributions by J.M. Buck “There is more than a verbal tie between the words common, community, and communication… Try the experiment of communicating, with fullness […]Read More
By Rob Parsons You’ve got to look at the whole enchilada,” Uncle Ed Lindsey would say, pausing to let the assembled group absorb his message. In the years we served on the Maui Tomorrow Foundation board together, I grew to appreciate his commonsense approach. He offered his opinion with clarity […]Read More