A Forest Unprotected
Forests under Siege
The home of native Hawaiian wildlife and our source of clean water is under attack by invasive plant pests and uncontrolled wild animals. The combination of trampling, rooting and feeding of feral (wild) pigs, goats, deer and cattle destroy native vegetation, accelerate erosion, spread weeds in their droppings, and pollute the water supply with eroded silt, feces, and foreign diseases.
The Partnership's fences, and our invasive species management provide a defense against these threats.
How can you help?
* Get to know the worst invasive species
* Report a Pest
* Don't buy or sell invasive plants
* Prevent forest fires
* Low impact living