Horray! HB 2434 was passed!

The Hawaiʻi State Legislature passed a bill authorizing the State to invest $40 million in the perpetual conservation of 665 acres of coastal lands on the North Shore of Oʻahu from Kawela Bay  to Kahuku Point.

The passage of HB 2434 by the State House of Representatives by a vote of 49-2 ensures that this priceless five-mile wild coastline will be preserved forever as a refuge for wildlife and future generations.
Perpetual public access to the shoreline and along an extensive network of coastal recreational trails will provide residents and visitors with the unique opportunity to enjoy and mālama this special place.
As always, there is more work to be done, but please join us and the State Legislature in celebrating this milestone.  Please take a minute to thank the our Senators and Representatives for helping make this happen by emailing “MAHALO for protecting Kawela to Kahuku” to reps@capitol.hawaii.gov and sens@capitol.hawaii.gov.
THANK YOU for dreaming big, working together, and believing with us . . . together we can accomplish amazing things.
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