Funds Released for Feasibility Study for a Potential Agricultural Park in Puna

Some fantastic news to end the week with, I am very grateful for the quick action on the part of Governor David Ige in releasing these funds for the Puna Agricultural Park.


Aloha Senator Ruderman: I am pleased to let you know that my administration has released funding for the following Capital Improvement Project(s) (CIP):
Name: Puna Agricultural Park, Hawai‘i
Description: To finance a feasibility study for a potential agricultural park in Puna, Hawai‘i.
Amount Released: $250,000

Mahalo for your work on behalf of the residents of your district to secure these funds. Projects such as these are critical components of the public infrastructure and contribute to building a better home for our kupuna, keiki, and all the residents of Hawai‘i. A list of released CIP and CIP Grants-In-Aid (GIA) will be emailed once a month. By working collaboratively, we can climb the mountains of challenges that face Hawai‘i.

With warmest regards,
David Y. Ige
Governor, State of Hawai‘i


One Response to “Funds Released for Feasibility Study for a Potential Agricultural Park in Puna

  • Makuu Farm lots missing from this photo. WHY?
    I like your proposals, especially “Processing Facilities and solar farms on DHHL.”
    Ocean thermal energy for cold storage.
    I have been a proponent of Industrial hemp for many years. Primarily for feedlots.
    Hopefully, we could have coffee and talk.
    Helping the host nation become involved in the commercial sector including “mom & pop,” startups is my goal. Kanaka Owned Enterprise.
    Mahalo for your time Senator Ruderman.

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