UHERO at Governor Ige’s Biosecurity and Invasive Species Initiative workshop

UHERO’s Kimberly Burnett was invited by Governor David Ige to participate in a panel discussion focused on the economic impacts of invasive species at the Western Governors’ Association Biosecurity and Invasive Species Initiative workshop in Waimea, Hawaii on December 9-10, 2018.  The goal is to examine emerging issues in biosecurity and invasive species management and develop a set of policy recommendations, best practices, and technical tools to address those issues. http://westgov.org/images/editor/HAWAII_BISI_Agenda_FINAL.pdf 

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