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Suzanne Case

The executive director of The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii works with landowners, nonprofits and government agencies to help protect Hawaii's fragile environment

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 06, 2012

~~<p>Some really great gifts don't fit beneath a Christmas tree. Suzanne Case, executive director of The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii, got one of those in the waning days of the year: a donation of a 7-acre parcel on Hawaii island.</p>
<p>The $6.5 million property -- from Angus Mitchell, the heir of the late Paul Mitchell of hairstyling fame -- encompassed spring-fed pools that connect with Kiholo Bay in North Kona.</p>
~~

Some really great gifts don't fit beneath a Christmas tree. Suzanne Case, executive director of The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii, got one of those in the waning days of the year: a donation of a 7-acre parcel on Hawaii island.

The $6.5 million property -- from Angus Mitchell, the heir of the late Paul Mitchell of hairstyling fame -- encompassed spring-fed pools that connect with Kiholo Bay in North Kona. Login for more...



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