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Kauai Invasive Species Committee (KISC)

About KISC

The Kauai Invasive Species Committee (KISC) is a voluntary partnership of government, private and non-profit organizations, and concerned individuals working to prevent, control, or eliminate the most threatening invasive plant and animal species in order to preserve Kauai's native biodiversity and minimize adverse ecological, economic and social impacts.

KISC action plan

The 2007 KISC action plan (pdf) identifies target invasive species and methods for their control.

KISC quarterly reports

KISC meetings

KISC holds regular meetings that are open to the public. For further information about KISC or the next meeting, contact Keren Gundersen, KISC Project Coordinator, at (808)821-1490, or e-mail at KISC meeting agendas and minutes are available online.

Contact us

KISC staff welcome your questions, comments, and participation. Please see KISC contact information.

Join our e-mail list

For up-to-date information about KISC activities, join the KISC e-mail list.

KISC funders and partners

A & B Properties
County of Kauai
DLNR - Division of Aquatic Resources
DLNR - Division of Forestry and Wildlife
DLNR - State Parks
Garden Island Resource Conservation and Development
Grove Farm
Hawaii Department of Agriculture
Hui o Laka/Kokee Museum
Kauai Coqui Frog Working Group
Kauai Department of Water
Kauai Farm Bureau
Kauai Native Plant Society
Kauai Westside Watershed Council
Kokee Resource Conservation Program
Kukuiula Development
National Tropical Botanical Garden
Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit
Pacific Missile Range Facility
Private citizens
Regenerations Botanical Garden
Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii
Rural Development Project
Sea Grant
The Kauai Group Sierra Club
The Nature Conservancy Hawaii
University of Hawaii College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
US Fish and Wildlife Service
US Geological Survey PBIN
USDA Forest Service
USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service

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