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That change was made in 1984; that same year Lockwood created Hawaiian Abalone Farms, signed a lease with NELH for the 21-acre site, and dug the firm's first four-acre pond.
In addition, the state was searching for an appropriate tenant or set of tenants to succeed Ocean Farms, whose lease to the site was canceled by the two-year-old NELH Authority last December after the company racked up more than $1 million in overdue rent and utilities charges.
Today, the combined efforts of the aquaculture ventures at NELH on the Big Island are less than $1 million in annual sales.
NELH Executive Director Jack Huizingh says the facility's mission is support for as much research and development as possible for new technologies and businesses.