A free lecture on the invasive Albizia trees - Event Details
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A free lecture on the invasive Albizia trees
Location: UCB 100
UH Hilo Faculty Congress and the College of Continuing Education and Community Service (CCECS) present a free lecture by Dr. Flint Hughes, Research Ecologist, of the USDA Forest Service, Institute for Pacific Islands Forestry and Springer Kaye, Big Island Invasive Species Committee (BIISC) Manager, will highlight community-based efforts that coordinate state and local agencies and lawmakers, HELCO, and other stakeholders to remove hazard trees, and deploy field staff and volunteers to manage non-hazard trees. Lessons learned and next steps toward long-term hazard mitigation will also be discussed.
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