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There is established the south Kona wilderness area on the island of Hawaii in the area described in section 6E-82 to be administered by the department of land and natural resources for the preservation of the visual, cultural, biological, and historical aspects of the lands covered in this part and to:
(1) Preserve the extensive archaeological sites in the area, including ancient homesites, a holua slide, a heiau, and burial caves;
(2) Preserve and protect native Hawaiian plants and animals currently in the area;
(3) Provide for a wilderness area with minimal manmade structures;
(4) Permit limited non-vehicular access for recreational purposes, such as fishing, swimming, and exploration; and
(5) Prevent additional development in the area.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Iowa Code Title XIV. Property [Chs. 555-594A] § 560.5. Tenants in common - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ia/title-xiv-property-chs-555-594a/ia-code-sect-560-5/
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