The Maui Invasive Species Committee exists to “fill-the-gap” in addressing invasive plants and animals throughout Maui County. We are a species-led management organization removing the high-threat invasive species that can be addressed with the resources available.
We have four field crews, working everyday throughout Maui County to address invasive plants and animals like miconia, coqui frog, pampas grass, fountain grass, ivy gourd, and banana bunchy top virus.
We are a project of the University of Hawaii-Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit. Our work is supported through County, State, and Federal grants as well as the backing of private grants and donations.
You can support our work by learning more and spreading the word. Check out this blog for more information about the species we work to control, our ongoing projects, and partner efforts to address invasive species throughout the state.
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To contact us by more traditional means:
Maui Invasive Species Committee (MISC)
P.O. Box 983
Makawao, Hawaii 96768
Phone: 808-573-MISC (6472) or 573-6471
Location: 820 Piiholo Road, Makawao, Hawaii
Adam Radford, Manager
Fern Duvall, Ph.D. MISC Chairperson; Department of Land and Natural Resources – Native Ecosystems Protection and Management,
Adam Knox, Operations Manager
Lissa Strohecker, Public Relations & Education Specialist
Elizabeth Anderson, Program Specialist