Groups hope to save the Kanewai Spring
October 20, 2017 | 77° | Check Traffic

Groups hope to save the Kanewai Spring

It was named one of Hawaii’s most endangered places last year and has been a trophy property owned by business scoundrels, but now a historic multimillion-dollar East Honolulu estate with a freshwater spring feeding a wildlife preserve is close to becoming a public resource through a community effort. Read More

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