A major land deal that transfers hundreds of acres of farmland from the George Galbraith Estate to the state has closed. 

The total sales price for the $25 million parcel in central Oahu was brokered by the San Francisco firm, The Trust for Public Land. The state spent $13 million on the property, with additional funding coming from sources including the U.S. Army, the city and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. 

You can read Civil Beat’s previous coverage of the sale here: Hawaii Set to Spend Millions of Dollars to Boost Local Farming

(Photo: Flickr – Ken Lund)