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Portion of Kapalua Coastal Trail preserved as open space

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Some 1.2 acres of land in Kapalua, Maui will be preserved as open space along the Kapalua Coastal Trail due to a donation from the Sue D. Cooley Trust, the Hawaiian Island Land Trust announced today.

“The conservation easement will ensure that the land will remain as open space for future generations,” Bob Gilliom said in a statement representing the Cooley Trust.

The land will be owned and managed by the Kapalua Resort Association.

The Hawaiian Islands Land Trust said it has conserved almost 18,000 acres through perpetual conservation easements and fee simple ownership.

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