Lā 151: Our kāne have been growing mamane, kōkoʻolau, pili, and other meakanu to help restore the natural resources that state agencies claim in their "mission" ʻĀina is irreplaceable but kanaka are.

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Lā 151: Aloha Lāpule e ko ka honua. We are still holding vigil on Mauna a Wākea. It's been cloudy all day and Lilinoe just came and graced us with her presence. Our kāne have been growing mamane, kōkoʻolau, pili, and other meakanu to help restore the natural resources that state agencies claim in their "mission" ʻĀina is irreplaceable but kanaka are ‪#‎MaunaKea‬ ‪#‎kūkiaʻimauna‬ ‪#‎alohaʻāina‬ ‪#‎mālamahonua‬ ‪#‎maunamedia‬

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