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Ken Love

A key promoter of Hawaii’s exotic fruits sees need for tighter import inspections

By Lee Catterall

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 03, 2013

~~<p>Ken Love was a Chicago-based photographer stringing for The Associated Press on assignments in Asia when he stopped on Hawaii island on the way &mdash; and became so intrigued by the exotic agriculture that he bought some Kona coffee farmland in 1983.</p>
<p>He traveled from Chicago several months a year to look after the farm then moved to the island in 1995, dividing his time farming and taking photos for West Hawaii Today.</p>
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Ken Love was a Chicago-based photographer stringing for The Associated Press on assignments in Asia when he stopped on Hawaii island on the way — and became so intrigued by the exotic agriculture that he bought some Kona coffee farmland in 1983.

He traveled from Chicago several months a year to look after the farm then moved to the island in 1995, dividing his time farming and taking photos for West Hawaii Today. Login for more...



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