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Hawaii News | Lee Cataluna

Nonprofit purchases 75 acres in E. Honolulu as a preserve

  • LEE CATALUNA / LCATALUNA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Kora Iechad-Remoket, left, Tommy Oly and John Guagliardo with Hawaii Loa Ridge Preserve have begun clearing the land, assessing the risk of rockfall and evaluating the restoration of indigenous plants.

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Seventy-five acres of land in one of Oahu’s most expensive areas for real estate was recently purchased for $380,000. The parcel runs from the edge of Aina Haina homes up to the beginning of Hawaii Loa Ridge. This photo of the ridge was taken from Aipuni Street.

  • LEE CATALUNA / LCATALUNA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    John Guagliardo, executive director of Hawaii Loa Ridge Preserve, stands in a rainwater diversion channel overgrown with weeds on the land the nonprofit recently purchased in Aina Haina.

Earlier this year, 75 acres of East Honolulu land, in one of Hawaii’s wealthiest areas, sold for $380,000. Read more

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