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Alternatives to Invasives

 [New!]  UPDATED  "Alternatives to Invasives" invasive plant replacement list now available

An ALL-NEW Alternatives to invasives PDF icon (415 Kb) document is now available. This list is based on the most recent (07 June 2004) results of the Hawaii-Pacific Weed Risk Assessment system (see www.hear.org/wra/) cross-referenced with species listed in the Maui County Planting Plan (MCPP) (produced by the Maui County Arborist Advisory Committee [see www.hear.org/mcaac/]). Landscape use and cultivation information is provided from the MCPP for the non-invasive alternative species to aid in decisions regarding where the recommended species can best be utilized.

More information will soon be available on this page (including easier ways to access the information in the above-mentioned document, and links to additional resources). For more details about the information presented here, please contact webmaster@hear.org.

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This website is a product of the Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project (HEAR). This page was created on 29 March 2000 by PT and was last updated on 16 December 2005 by PT.