Sample Delicacies by Maui's Finest Chef's at Maui County Farm Bureau’s annual Grown on Maui Chefs’ Collaboration Dinner. Thursday April 5, 2018. 6–9 p.m.

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Got tickets for Grand Taste 2018? Tickets are on sale now for the annual Grand Taste at Maui County Agricultural Festival scheduled Saturday, April 7, from 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm.

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A festive pancake breakfast honoring island farmers whose positive impact spans generations. Saturday, April 7, 2018 from 8 am to 11 a.m.

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Complete and submit the appropriate vendor form here.

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Maui County Ag Fest11th Annual Maui County Ag Festival

Sat., April 7, 2018
9 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.
At Maui Tropical Plantation

Admission $5 at door or included with other ticket sales.

The 11th Annual Maui County Agricultural Festival, Maui’s prime event to raise awareness about Maui ag while invigorating Maui ag, will take place on Sat., April 7th. The entire industry, its allies, and supporters come together on the lū‘au grounds of Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapū to share what each group does for the collective good of agriculture in the County, and to showcase ag’s vital role in the economy, environment, and lifestyle of Maui.

Family Fun!

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Hosted by Maui County Farm Bureau (MCFB) in partnership with County of Maui’s Office of Economic Development, generous sponsors and industry allies, here is the opportunity to learn about agricultural issues and their impact on our day-to-day lives.


Event hours are 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; admission is $5 for adults (kupuna 65 and over free and keiki under 18 free as well). Free parking.

Families won’t want to miss this year’s “Maui Legacy Pancake Breakfast” from 8 am – 11 am. It’s bingo, a raffle and time to honor Maui farmers who have contributed greatly to Maui’s agricultural industry.

One of the big highlights this year is the expanded “Keiki Zone” complete with bouncers, farm games, livestock exhibit, pony and horse rides and family-friendly food. Entertainment stage with an awesome lineup and great giveaways throughout the day.

And Much More!

More hands on activities found in flower tent. The general public is invited to make fresh flower lei.


It’s good to know who grows our food. The market also shows the importance to ag of value-added products such as taro chips, pickles, and teriyaki beef: They stretch the season, absorb surplus, and provide extra farming revenue. Also check out MauiWine and Maui Gold tent and Maui Coffee Association. Both demonstrate the process of growing an agricultural product and producing a value-added product.


Humble crops transform into satisfying meals when carefully prepared. Sample the best of all natural beef – hamburgers, poke bowls and smoked meat, Fork to Salad, Roselani Ice Cream, Shaka Pops and local favorites chow fun and smoked meat and 100 % Maui beef burgers and fries. Look for Maui Fresh Streatery and Three’s Bar & Grill Food Truck.


Kids learn about ranching and food production while at play. Join us for barnyard games favored by children around the world and learn about livestock. Horseback and pony rides, bouncers and Livestock Exhibit throughout the day. Keiki entertainment stage with live musical performances, magic show and more.


Music, taiko drummers and much more from 9 am – 4:30 pm.

Maui County Ag Festival


Maui Tropical Plantation offers Tram Rides.


Maui’s famed regional cuisine is based on locally grown produce: Meet local chefs and farmers who are creating menus that matter. Fees apply. NEW time from 2:30 pm – 4;30 pm. Purchased tickets online in advance $30 at the event $40.  [ SEE DETAILS ]


Tickets on sale for “Legacy Farmers’ Pancake Breakfast” $10 adults / $6 for seniors (kupuna), $6 for children age 5 to 12. [ SEE DETAILS ]


Maui Chefs’ Collaboration Dinner limited to 21 years and older $75 per person/$600 table of eight.  [ SEE DETAILS ]


Mark your calendar!

Maui County Agricultural Festival Dates:

First Saturday in April Easter
Saturday, April 07, 2018
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Saturday, April 06, 2019 Sunday, April 21, 2019
Saturday, April 04, 2020 Sunday, April 12, 2020
Saturday, April 03, 2021 Sunday, April 4, 2021


Farm Animals: Animals that aid in farm management and provide food are on site.

Grown on Maui: Visit the farmers market and meet the farmers who grow your food.

Food Booths: From farm to table, sample hot dishes, cold ice cream, have lunch.

Keiki Activities: Kids learn when at play. Barnyard games and farm activities.

Wellness/Health: Demonstrations and info on fixing nutritious meals with fresh foods.

Contests: Share your Grown-on-Maui recipes and find out how they compare.

Composting: Learn how to make compost with kitchen scraps and garden waste.

Bugs up Close: The Good, Bad and the Ugly
Landscaping: Kaahumanu/Wahinepio Avenues” and “Landscaping Q/A.”
Taste Test and Ranking of new kalo hybrids
Ag Business Succession
Water Testing for FSMA and GAP
Pre- and Probiotics and Poi Drink Sampling
Soil Nutrient Management
Differences between grain-finished and grass-finished beef

Master Gardner Program booth will have:

  • UH Seeds and Maui Master Gardener Apiary Honey for sale
  • Maui Master Gardener Help Desk providing answers to your gardening questions and offering research-based information.
  • Information regarding our Maui Master Gardener Program and Training
  • Information on Fruit Flies and our monthly fruit fly class.

Maui County SealInterested in becoming a vendor?

We have openings in our Grown on Maui Farmers Market tent, in our Education and Information tent, Food Booths and Value Added Prepared Food / Products. Vendor Forms

Maui County Ag Festival – Support Continues to Grow

Maui County Agriculture Festival celebrates its 11th anniversary in 2018. Designed to raise awareness and educate the community about Maui’s agriculture industry while offering farmers, ranchers and “Friends of Agriculture” a market to sell their products and produce and to interact with the general public, AgFest is Maui’s largest agricultural event.

So Much to Do!

AgFest is a fun, family-friendly, food-enthusists affair presented on the first Saturday in April reduce the disconnect between Maui agriculture and Maui residents through educational displays, interaction with Maui’s farmers and ranchers, cooking demonstrations, and hands-on, interactive displays.
More and more, people seek Grown on Maui when they shop and dine on island. However, Maui ag would like the general public to have a better understanding of the important needs required to have a productive and thriving agriculture industry on Maui. We welcome your support.

Join us at Maui County Farm Bureau.

Learn more about our annual programs including AgFest, Agriculture in the Classroom, Growing Future Farmers and Grown on Maui.
Maui County Farm Bureau would not be able to present AgFest without the generous support from the County of Maui, Office of Economic Development and our sponsors.
Join us in thanking our sponsors.

Mahalo to our Partners

County of Maui

Gold Sponsors / $5,000

Kamehameha Schools Ulu Pono Initiative Alexander & Baldwin
  Maui Tropical Plantation

Silver Sponsors / $2,500

Young Brothers  Pacific Media Group

Bronze Sponsors / $1,500

Maui Electric Company Maui Hotel & Lodging Association  
 Maui Coast Hotel

Friend of Agriculture / $500

 Queen Kaahumanu Center, Maui
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