March to La`au Point
would be common place.”
There were less than 100 people who participated in the anniversary hike this year. But consider the scores of individuals who have visited throughout the year and the amount of work that has been done to the site. Consider the reverence that people have when they talk about the place, and La`au’s far reaching influence across the state. Consider all of this and it is clear that support for keeping La`au undeveloped is anything but waning.