Richard Ha writes:
The other day there was a front page article in the Hawaii Tribune-Herald about our attempt to sell an agricultural easement at the farm.
We wrote about this in a blog post earlier this year.
Our grandson Kapono has just started working with us on the farm. We have four generations working on the farm now, and I could not be happier. I would like to keep the farm, with its unique set of resources, intact, so it can continue providing food into perpetuity. Most farmers sell their land when they are ready to retire. We are only selling the development rights, so that this land can be kept in agriculture.