KAENA POINT STATE PARK, Hawaii - Navigating the pristine ocean-side trails
of Kaena Point State Park - where the land is dotted with native vegetation,
and sand and rock meet the oftentimes turbulent ocean - offers one of those
"a-ha" experiences only found in Hawaii.

Unfortunately, this nearly three-mile stretch of coastline has been under
siege - no thanks to the increasing number of four-wheel-drive, off-roading
activities that have damaged the area's fragile ecosystem.

As a result, future access to the park is in doubt as concerned state
officials, area residents and the military community weigh options in an
effort to preserve the area.

Read more about the destruction off-roading is having on the environment at hawaiiarmyweekly.com/news/2010/3/12/off-roading-activities-endang
er-environment.html.

This video was created by the U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs Office and TV2, Hawaii Army Cable Network (HACN).

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