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State works on $25M deal to preserve farmland

Galbraith Estate would sell 1,750 acres once used for pineapple

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 20, 2012

~~<p>One of the largest tracts of undeveloped land on Oahu is being sold to the state for preservation as farmland, a nationally published report said.</p>
<p>The story in Monday's edition of the Wall Street Journal said the Galbraith Estate has agreed to sell the 1,750-acre parcel to the state for $25 million for conversion into many small farms. The report cites &quot;state officials involved in a deal that the parties involved haven't yet made public.&quot;</p>
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One of the largest tracts of undeveloped land on Oahu is being sold to the state for preservation as farmland, a nationally published report said.

The story in Monday's edition of the Wall Street Journal said the Galbraith Estate has agreed to sell the 1,750-acre parcel to the state for $25 million for conversion into many small farms. The report cites "state officials involved in a deal that the parties involved haven't yet made public." Login for more...



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