Lāna`i       A Sustainable Community and EnterpriseCOMMUNITY-CULTURE-CONSERVANCY-COMMERCE              Presentation for Mr...
Community Food – Healthy, organic, fresh, produced locally. Water – Purified, R-1 * Recycled water – Currently R-2, used...
Culture              Lāna`i has 13 Ahupua`a                 Map courtesy Island Breath – Ea O Ka AinaCopyright 2013. All R...
Culture                             ORACLE INC.Lanai Resorts, LLC (9)                          Club Lanai Properties, LLC ...
Conservancy Lanai is within the boundaries of the Hawaiian Island  National Humpback Whale Sanctuary. Recruit and  partic...
Conservancy    Renewable Energy           Citron Solar Farm                    Citron Wind        Citron Hydro PowerCitron...
Citron Solar FarmCitron Solar Farm and its team of business partners is committed tobe a photovoltaic resource of choice.O...
Citron Wind                         Photo Courtesy Green Global Communities                      Small Wind turbine for EV...
Citron Hydro PowerCitron Hydro Power is dedicated to water conservation;protecting and maintaining the viability and produ...
BiofuelThermal          Citron        Non-           WtE         Thermal          Combustion
Citron WtE                  (Waste to Energy)The purposes of Citron WtE   Minimizing contributions to global warming   H...
Zero WastePrinciple Maximize recycling, minimize waste, and  reduce consumption.Strategy Making products that can be reu...
Balancing Zero Waste and WtE
Commerce        Inter-Island & Overseas  Citron Diamond H Ranch         Grass-fed, Organic Beef    Organic Berkshire Pork ...
Citron Diamond H Ranch     Premium Quality       100% Natural      Antibiotic Free      Hormone Free          Copyright...
Health Advantages of Grass-fed beef Lower in calories. Extra Omega-3s. Omega-3 fatty acids are vital to  every cell and ...
Lanai Black BerkshireKurobuta Pork is the most highly prized pork inJapan and comes from the ancient breed of pigknown as ...
Organic Poultry & Eggs       Premium Quality        100% Natural       Antibiotic Free       Hormone FreeCopyright 2013...
Sea bass AquacultureWade Watanabe, Research Professor focusing on marine aquaculture at theUniversity of North Carolina - ...
Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
Citron Olive Farms                 Products - Market Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil & CuredOlives, Organic Fruits & Vegeta...
We believe that our land is a  renewable resource only ifmanaged in a sustainable manner.      Copyright 2013. All Rights ...
“The key to being eco-friendly is for everyone to live more asa whole, to inflict minimal or no harm on the environment.As...
Our Farms will provide a place not only forlearning sustainable organic agriculture but tosynthesize, preserve, practice a...
CITRON PACIFIC RESOURCE PARTNERSHIP       ENERGY FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES            Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Ci...
Who We AreWe provide innovative solutions and duediligence for premier renewable energyproducers, stakeholders seeking the...
ContactClif HasegawaTelephone: 808.622.8968Mobile:    808.463.1057Email:    citron.prp@gmail.com          clifhasegawa@gma...
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Presentation for Larry Ellison, CEO, Oracle, Inc. and Kurt Matsumoto, COO, Lanai Resorts, LLC

  1. 1. Lāna`i A Sustainable Community and EnterpriseCOMMUNITY-CULTURE-CONSERVANCY-COMMERCE Presentation for Mr. Kurt Matsumoto, Chief Operating Officer Lanai Resorts, LLC Copyright © 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  2. 2. Community Food – Healthy, organic, fresh, produced locally. Water – Purified, R-1 * Recycled water – Currently R-2, used on golf courses, landscaping, agriculture. Upgrade to R-1 quality. * Desalinization of seawater to provide an additional source of water and to protect groundwater reserves. Shelter – Affordable, eco-friendly material construction. Energy – Renewable sources – solar, small wind, biomass. Industry – Local Jobs in agriculture, aquaculture, locally made fabrics and garments, traditional –modern crafts and art, eco-tours. Education – Preschool, College preparatory and Trade School offered. Homeschooling on parental decision. Charter Schools welcomed . Medical facilities – Community clinic (emergency care, mental health, dental, optometry) accessible to all residents regardless of insurance. Waste -- (Commercial and residential) recycling mandatory. Landfill, waste water sludge and agricultural waste designated fuel for biomass energy facility. Transportation – Electric vehicles preferred. Courtesy electric vehicle charging stations installed at convenient locations. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  3. 3. Culture Lāna`i has 13 Ahupua`a Map courtesy Island Breath – Ea O Ka AinaCopyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  4. 4. Culture ORACLE INC.Lanai Resorts, LLC (9) Club Lanai Properties, LLC Lanai Island Holdings, LLC Lanai Water Company, Inc. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  5. 5. Conservancy Lanai is within the boundaries of the Hawaiian Island National Humpback Whale Sanctuary. Recruit and participate during whale counting season. Lanai’s shallow reefs are showing signs of coral bleaching. Maintain, protect, and restore native habitats to allow native species to thrive. Preserve and restore olopua/lama dry land forests. Preserve and restore native lowland mesic forests. Implement community-based wildlife surveys and monitoring. Implement system water leak reduction measures, reduce unaccounted for water, repair and/or replace deteriorating and leaking supply pipes, particularly Palawai grid pipeline Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  6. 6. Conservancy Renewable Energy Citron Solar Farm Citron Wind Citron Hydro PowerCitron Waste to Energy (WtE) Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  7. 7. Citron Solar FarmCitron Solar Farm and its team of business partners is committed tobe a photovoltaic resource of choice.Our team has a global understanding, unwavering commitment anddeep reverence for our environment, diverse cultures and heritage. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  8. 8. Citron Wind Photo Courtesy Green Global Communities Small Wind turbine for EV charging stations MECO The development of wind power initiatives by Citron Wind harmonizes and enhances our presence as a clean technology resource in Hawaii. Our wind power initiatives utilize small wind turbines. We embrace Hawaiis initiative toward transitioning to renewable, sustainable energy solutions. We are focused and continue to strive to increase our energy independence through the creation of renewable power solutions that utilize Hawaiis unique access to wind and solar sustainable resources Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  9. 9. Citron Hydro PowerCitron Hydro Power is dedicated to water conservation;protecting and maintaining the viability and productivityof our aquifers; ground and surface water resources; keepingour watersheds from being lost to invasive flora and fauna;and to harness the power of channeled water for energy. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  10. 10. BiofuelThermal Citron Non- WtE Thermal Combustion
  11. 11. Citron WtE (Waste to Energy)The purposes of Citron WtE Minimizing contributions to global warming Harmonizing Zero Waste strategies Recovering energy from waste products Reducing encroachment on the land Advancing sustainable uses of the land
  12. 12. Zero WastePrinciple Maximize recycling, minimize waste, and reduce consumption.Strategy Making products that can be reused or recycled back into nature or the marketplace, advocating environmental awareness among businesses and consumers, making zero waste part of corporate philosophy and consumer purchases.
  13. 13. Balancing Zero Waste and WtE
  14. 14. Commerce Inter-Island & Overseas Citron Diamond H Ranch Grass-fed, Organic Beef Organic Berkshire Pork and PoultryOpen Ocean Aquaculture – Hawaiian Sea Bass Citron Olive Farms Organic Olive Oil Organic Fruits & Vegetables Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  15. 15. Citron Diamond H Ranch Premium Quality  100% Natural  Antibiotic Free  Hormone Free Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  16. 16. Health Advantages of Grass-fed beef Lower in calories. Extra Omega-3s. Omega-3 fatty acids are vital to every cell and system in the body. Lowers Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels. LDL contributes to build up in the inner walls of the arteries that feed the heart and brain. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  17. 17. Lanai Black BerkshireKurobuta Pork is the most highly prized pork inJapan and comes from the ancient breed of pigknown as Black Berkshire.The Lanai Black Berkshire will capture the sweetflavor, delicate texture, and level of juiciness ofkurobota pork. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  18. 18. Organic Poultry & Eggs Premium Quality  100% Natural  Antibiotic Free  Hormone FreeCopyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  19. 19. Sea bass AquacultureWade Watanabe, Research Professor focusing on marine aquaculture at theUniversity of North Carolina - Wilmington Center for Marine Science• “A native Hawaiian, Watanabe knows a thing or three about seafood, as well as sea science. He says the firm, white flesh of black sea bass is amenable to a variety of culinary treatments, including — but not limited to — Asian cooking techniques. It is especially good as sushi, says Watanabe, who admits to a fondness for the uncooked delicacy.• For Watanabe the scientist, the fishs culinary merits are superseded by traits such as tolerance for different temperatures and salinity concentrations. "They display some very good attributes for aquaculture.””Source: <http://www.ncseagrant.org/home/coastwatch/coastwatch-articles?task=showArticle&id=550>The Lanai Project will focus on the Hawaiian Sea bass - HawaiianName: Hapu`upu`u. Japanese Name: Mahata. Known to occur in theHawaiian Islands or seamounts Northwest of Hawaii. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  20. 20. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  21. 21. Citron Olive Farms Products - Market Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil & CuredOlives, Organic Fruits & Vegetables , and Specialty products. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  22. 22. We believe that our land is a renewable resource only ifmanaged in a sustainable manner. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  23. 23. “The key to being eco-friendly is for everyone to live more asa whole, to inflict minimal or no harm on the environment.As we become more conscious as a society, we realize it’stime to restore damaged ecosystems, forests, soils, watersand the air. Earth restoration is the first step towardscreating a healthier planet.” - David Sands, Bamboo Living. Bamboo is the most renewable resource on the planet. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  24. 24. Our Farms will provide a place not only forlearning sustainable organic agriculture but tosynthesize, preserve, practice and celebrate theknowledge and experience from all cultures as represented by our diverse and multicultural Hawaiian heritage Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  25. 25. CITRON PACIFIC RESOURCE PARTNERSHIP ENERGY FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  26. 26. Who We AreWe provide innovative solutions and duediligence for premier renewable energyproducers, stakeholders seeking the advancementof sustainable, renewable energy initiatives, tominimize risk and maximize returns. Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.
  27. 27. ContactClif HasegawaTelephone: 808.622.8968Mobile: 808.463.1057Email: citron.prp@gmail.com clifhasegawa@gmail.com Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved. Citron Pacific Resource Partnership.

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