August 15-17, 2014 Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, HI
DBEDT, Innovate Hawaii, Hawaii Fashion Exchange and the Hawaii Culture and Retail Association will showcase latest from cutting edge local entrepreneurs.
Hawaii – where life and aloha are part of the bottom lineNavigation
Each county can select up to six zones at any time for approval by the Governor. Zones exist for 20 years each. Zones can also be expanded into adjacent eligible areas at any time for the remainder of the original zone’s 20-year existence. 19 zones currently exist statewide. All or part of the following areas have been designated on the dates indicated:
*This zone was expanded by the Legislature (effective 12/31/96) to include all agricultural lands in the Waialua district until June 30, 2002. In November of 1997, the Governor approved further expansion of this zone by the City and County of Honolulu to include parts of Pupukea and Mokuleia for the remainder of the original zone’s 20-year lifespan. The Governor also approved another expansion of this zone by the City and County in January, 2001, from Pupukea to Ka‘a‘awa on the windward side of Oahu. This expansion will also remain in effect for the rest of the original zone’s 20-year lifespan.
(Note: On 12/18/01, expansion of all Big Island zones except Ka’u was approved by the Governor.)