FA-logo369-transKomo Mai

(Komo Mai is Hawaiian for Welcome)

** Martha Haulani Vockrodt-Moran

** Kamaaina Warrior -Longtime protector of native plants, Martha Vockrodt-Moran, dies at 68

**  Newsletter 4/2023
  Newsletter 2018-2019

**  FOFA Events

NOTE: All visitors to the Arboretum must be escorted on to the property.
Group tours and special events will resume at a later date due to the pandemic. Volunteer opportunities, with social distancing, are available on a case by case basis.

** Film by Maui Now [scroll down]
“A Look From Above Maui’s Pu’u Mahoe Cinder Cone”

** Film by Huliau Youth:
Fleming’s Legacy- A gift for Maui

** FOFA now receiving donations by credit card

** 10 Year Anniversary Blessing Postcard


We recently flew with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters to get a bird’s eye view of our beautiful island of Maui.
Today’s video explores Pu’u Mahoe located along the southwest rift zone of Haleakala. (Read More)


Take an Aerial Tour of the Arboretum – Click Here

Mission Statement:

The Friends of the D.T. Fleming Arboretum at Pu’u Mahoe, Inc. exists to sponsor, fund and assist in the protection and preservation of the Fleming Arboretum and its mission to preserve Hawaiian native plants through protection, propagation and distribution.


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2 thoughts on “Home

  1. Dear David,
    Thanks for a really lovely tour of the Arboretum in December. Ana, Des, Rick, Nico, Tuco and I all got different insights from the tour. For me, as a botanist, obviously it was great to see the plants! But your stories of life and history animated the special place it is and the special person your wife was. Mahalo again. I made a small contribution via the website. Keep me on your list, as I really support what you are trying to do.

  2. We still treasure our visit 10 years ago. We are professional fruit tree pruners, avid gardeners, and native habitat restoration activists.

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