Keeping the Country in Upcountry

Keeping the Country in Upcountry

Haleakala Ranch

Ranching on Maui Since 1888

Incorporated in 1888, five generations of Haleakala Ranch families and employees have worked hard to preserve the open, verdant vistas of Upcountry Maui for the benefit of current and future generations. As one of the island’s largest landowners, we are deeply committed to stewardship of Maui’s water, land and other precious resources.

Haleakala Ranch is primarily situated on the leeward slope of majestic Haleakala. Our lands encompass nearly 30,000 acres of open space rising from the southern shoreline to the beautiful heart of Upcountry Maui.

As partners in Maui Cattle Company, we help to supply our community with healthy, natural grass-fed beef and our holistic grazing practices help to control invasive species. Local food and flower farmers and award-winning ecotourism attractions also call the ranch their home.

After more than a century, our family-owned ranch still believes in “Keeping the Country in Upcountry.”

Ranching on Maui Since 1888

Incorporated in 1888, five generations of Haleakala Ranch families and employees have worked hard to preserve the open, verdant vistas of Upcountry Maui for the benefit of current and future generations. As one of the island’s largest landowners, we are deeply committed to stewardship of Maui’s water, land and other precious resources.

Haleakala Ranch is primarily situated on the leeward slope of majestic Haleakala. Our lands encompass nearly 30,000 acres of open space rising from the southern shoreline to the beautiful heart of Upcountry Maui.

As partners in Maui Cattle Company, we help to supply our community with healthy, natural grass-fed beef and our holistic grazing practices help to control invasive species. Local food and flower farmers and award-winning ecotourism attractions also call the ranch their home.

After more than a century, our family-owned ranch still believes in “Keeping the Country in Upcountry.”

Everyone Loves Ag In the Classroom at Haleakalā Ranch

It seems it’s not just the keiki who enjoy the annual “Agriculture in the Classroom” (AIC) Field Trip at Haleakalā Ranch. Along with the big yellow schoolbuses full of kids and teachers, a whole lot of cars and trucks full of moms, dads and chaperones came pouring...

New Leadership at Haleakala Ranch

Haleakala Ranch Company announced the following organizational changes as part of a succession plan for Don Young, President and Chief Executive Officer, who will be retiring at the end of this year. Effective Sept. 15, Scott Meidell will be promoted to Chief...

2020 ‘Cattleman of the Year’ Award Honors Stewardship

Every year, the Hawaii Cattlemen’s Council gives an award to a person who has provided outstanding service to the Hawai‘i cattle industry and who represents the paniolo culture of dedication to the land and hard work for the...

Ukulele Restoration Project – Phase 1

Ukulele Restoration Project: Animals Pave the Way for Native Forests of the Future February 2020 Ten years from now, tall koa trees will spread their sturdy branches over one hundred acres of former pastureland on the slopes of Haleakalā, creating the native overstory...

Taking Ag Education Out to Pasture

On a beautiful sunny day in April, 685 second-graders tumble out of yellow school buses and stream across the pasture at Haleakala Ranch. For many of them, it’s their first time visiting a working cattle ranch. For all of them, it’s a chance to see, to know and to...

Haleakala Ranch In the News

Everyone Loves Ag In the Classroom at Haleakalā Ranch

Everyone Loves Ag In the Classroom at Haleakalā Ranch

It seems it’s not just the keiki who enjoy the annual “Agriculture in the Classroom” (AIC) Field Trip at Haleakalā Ranch. Along with the big yellow schoolbuses full of kids and teachers, a whole lot of cars and trucks full of moms, dads and chaperones came pouring...

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New Leadership at Haleakala Ranch

New Leadership at Haleakala Ranch

Haleakala Ranch Company announced the following organizational changes as part of a succession plan for Don Young, President and Chief Executive Officer, who will be retiring at the end of this year. Effective Sept. 15, Scott Meidell will be promoted to Chief...

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