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That's great Richard. You also have quite a bit of
land, so it makes good sense. good luck.

The problem with palm oil in Malaysia is they are cutting/clearing the native forests to plant this and in the process are losing wildlife, insects, indigneous plants, etc. As long as we are not doing that here, oil palms might be part of the solution for our petroleum problem.


Mahalo Una. I appreciate it. Especially coming from someone like you who lives sustainability.

Aloha

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