Tuesday, October 9, 2007

No, he wasn't an extra on "LOST"...

Speaker Calvin Say was interviewed today for a documentary about conservation being produced by the Natural Capital Project at Stanford University.

The group was particularly interested in the legislature's efforts to promote conservation through the Legacy Lands Act, which came out of the 2005 legislative session, as well as 2006's HCR200, which had requested DLNR to study incentives to promote landowner protection of important mauka lands.

Over the last year, DLNR convened a committee to study the subject and will present their findings in a report to the 2008 Legislature when it convenes in January.

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