Environmental Law Program

ELP students volunteer at 3rd Annual Benefit for the Country

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On November 2, 2013, ELP students, Jen Cha (’16), Shae Kamaka‘ala (’14) and WSRSL alumn, Zach Dilonno (‘13) volunteered at the North Shore Community Land Trust’s (NSCLT) 3rd Annual Benefit for the County dinner, held at the breathtaking Sunset Ranch in Pūpūkea, O‘ahu. The benefit dinner featured some of Hawai‘i’s best entertainment and food catered from Town Restaurant, who served a fantastic dinner made with all local ingredients! The NSCLT has been very active in protecting land slated for development on the North Shore. To date, NSCLT and its partners has conserved 1,600 acres of land and is continuing its efforts to protect another 4,754 acres of land to ensure that the “natural landscape, cultural heritage, and rural character” of the North Shore will be preserved for us and for our future generations.

Photo: Some of the entertainment from the 3rd Annual Benefit for the Country, (top, left-to-right) Kawika Kahiapo and Ledwad Ka‘apana, and (bottom, left-to-right) Mike Love, Paula Fuga, and Jack Johnson.