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Rail EIS Uses Faulty Figures (Charles Carole)
League Provides One-Stop Voter Information (Pearl Johnson)
Ka Iwi: Embattled Coastal Lands Conserved (Elizabeth Reilly)
Two Constitutional Amendments to Be on November Ballot (Jean Aoki)
Agriculture Group Meets Sept. 7 (Pearl Johnson)
Monson Award Nominations
How League Stepped Up (Pearl Johnson)
Kyo-ya Wins Variance (Pearl Johnson)
Welcome New Member
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Agriculture Group Meets Sept. 7

At its meeting on August 9, the Agriculture Group returned to its original purpose which is to put farmers on state land to grow food for local consumption. Since our contact in the Department of Agriculture (DOA) says he wants support this purpose, the Group decided to work with the DOA to remove obstacles which prevent this from happening.

Members of the group will meet with the DOA contact before its next meeting on Tuesday, September 7 at 10:30 am in the League office. All who are interested in putting farmers on unused state farmland are welcome at this meeting.

Pearl Johnson

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