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Plan aims to protect Turtle Bay lands from development in perpetuity

By Drew Stotesbury, Blake Oshiro and Doug Cole

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 22, 2013

~~<p>A voluntary working group representing the state of Hawaii, local nonprofits, community members and Turtle Bay Resort is making real, tangible progress on a conservation plan that will leave a lasting legacy for Hawaii.</p>
<p>The group has been diligently developing a mutually beneficial conservation partnership plan that will permanently protect more than three miles of treasured coastline between Kawela and Kahuku, while strengthening jobs for Koolauloa and North Shore residents.</p>
~~

A voluntary working group representing the state of Hawaii, local nonprofits, community members and Turtle Bay Resort is making real, tangible progress on a conservation plan that will leave a lasting legacy for Hawaii.

The group has been diligently developing a mutually beneficial conservation partnership plan that will permanently protect more than three miles of treasured coastline between Kawela and Kahuku, while strengthening jobs for Koolauloa and North Shore residents. Login for more...



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