from President Bruce Corker:
For your information and review, below is a copy of an email and attachments (ed. note: at bottom of page) we received this week from Clayton Nagata of the Hawaii Department of Agriculture with information on the Coffee Berry Borer (CBB) green coffee quarantine for Kona.
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From: <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 11:16 AM
Subject: CBB Shipping information
To: [email protected]
Attached are all of the information I have up to now. The first document is for the fumigation treatments being done at Kona Trans. The other attachments are required permit conditions for inter-island shipments.
Customers on the outer islands must get a permit to receive coffee beans from the Big Island. I have attached an application form which must be filled out and sent to Leslie Iseke on Oahu. The address is on the applications and there is no charge for the permit and it is good for multiple shipments within a year.
Please feel free to contact me if there are any questions.
Clayton M. Nagata
Hawaii County Supervisor
Hawaii Department of Agriculture
Plant Quarantine Branch
16 E Lanikaula
Hilo, HI 96720
Ph. (808) 974-4141
Fax (808) 974-4148