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Barbra Streisand in 2009. (Evan Agostini/AP)
Barbra Streisand in 2009. (Evan Agostini/AP)

Streisand agrees her donated ranch can be sold Add to ...

Barbra Streisand says she understands that California has to sell her donated nine-hectare Malibu ranch to help balance the state budget, but hopes the buyer will preserve its "special habitat."

The singer released a statement last week about Gov. Jerry Brown's decision to put Ramirez Canyon and other state-owned properties up for sale.

Streisand donated the property to California and the state's Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy in 1993. It contains rolling meadows, creeks and custom homes.

Streisand wanted the property that was valued at $15-million (U.S.) to become an environmental conference and study centre.

However, the conservancy scrapped those plans, angering Streisand.

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