NEW & COMING IN JANUARY 2021!!!
Planning a hike? Want to help stop invasive species? We need your help to find out whether or not devil weed is present on Oʻahu’s trails. We simply don’t have the resources to survey all Oʻahu hiking trails for this invasive plant…so we are asking you to look for it on your next hike.
This is a community led effort to help OISC determine the spread of devil weed on Oʻahu. ANYONE can participate anytime!!
- Simply pick a trail from our list.
- Look for devil weed on the trail.
- Report whether or not you find it using a free smart phone app.
The list of trails and more details coming in late January 2021!!
NEW & COMING IN FEBRUARY 2021!!
JOIN THE DEVIL WEED CREW
We’re so excited to launch this new community volunteer program! Being part of the crew will mean you will really get to know (and love getting rid of) this invasive plant.
We are looking for people to commit to surveying specific areas and priority trails at least twice a year. There are also known areas on the island where Devil Weed is prevalent and large patches will need to be removed.
If you or your group is interested in participating, OISC will conduct virtual trainings every month on plant identification, how to manually remove large patches and mature plants, and how to report the data using a free smartphone app.
Are you interested in being part of the DEVIL WEED CREW? Email us to get on the list for the first virtual training happening in February.
Contact Erin Bishop, OISC Outreach Coordinator. E: firstname.lastname@example.org, C: 808-286-4616