Board Approves Acquisition Of Ahupua‘a in East Moloka‘i
The state’s purchase of the 800-acre Pua‘ahala ahupua‘a in East Moloka‘i has been years in the making and is a key part of a fencing project aimed at protecting some of the wettest native forest that feeds the island’s sole source aquifer.
In 2015, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources authorized the contribution of about $623,000 from the state’s Legacy Land Conservation Fund toward the purchase. Last November, with additional funding from the . . .
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