Brown Bag #33- HAWAIʻI BIOSECURITY FRAMEWORK (AKA INAVSIVE SPECIES 101)Posted on Apr 25, 2023 in brownbag, News, slider
HISC Brown Bag Presentation Series #33
HAWAIʻI BIOSECURITY FRAMEWORK (AKA INAVSIVE SPECIES 101)
Presenter: Christy Martin, Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species
Watch Presentation on YouTube
The Hawaiʻi Invasive Species Council (HISC) Brown Bag Presentation Series is designed to provide conservation professionals and stakeholders with the latest research, tools, and methods for controlling invasive species in Hawaiʻi.
Christy Martin with the Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species (CGAPS) has a talent for translating complex concepts of invasive species ecology into an engaging and easy-to-follow narrative. This brown bag presentation covers various aspects of Hawai’i’s Biosecurity Framework, including the state’s efforts to manage and prevent the spread of invasive species. Christy also shared insights from her 20+ years of invasive species work into how these species impact Hawaii’s unique environment, agriculture, economy, and way of life. Her engaging storytelling and in-depth knowledge made the talk an informative and insightful introduction to the subject.