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Conservation and Legacy Lands refers to a specialized area of real estate practice as well as a category of property with environmental, ecological or cultural conservation values (or sometimes all of these). These are properties that should either remain entirely undeveloped or whose unique values present a need for conservation through highly sensitive development. 

The first goal of Hawaii Life’s Conservation and Legacy Lands initiative is to generate awareness of the role that conservation plays in Hawaii’s future, given our unique geographical location and limited land. The initiative was launched to further conservation efforts across Hawaii by leveraging our considerable and wide-reaching platform. 

In addition to listing these unique properties, we are here to generate and expand a pool of committed buyers and donors for conservation properties in Hawaii, and to represent these clients in their conservation efforts.

Hawaii Lifeʻs Conservation and Legacy Lands initiative serves our clients by identifying and gathering information about suitable properties across the state, educating our brokers and agents, and refining best practices for brokering and marketing properties suitable for conservation. 

Our clients, agents and brokers will benefit from the specialized knowledge and experience of the Director of Conservation and Legacy Lands, Beth Thoma Robinson.


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