The four parcels in yellow make up the state’s new Helemano Wilderness Area, purchased from Dole Food Company last year. Credit: DLNR
On October 25, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources unanimously approved the acquisition of 3,716 acres of native forest owned by Dole Food Company on O‘ahu’s North Shore for $3.716 million and authorized public hearings to add those lands to the Pupukea-Paumalu forest reserve.
A report to the Land Board by the Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) noted that the . . .
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