As The Big Island Chronicle is one of the primary news sources for Puna, we wanted to let you know that the Big Island Invasive Species Committee is holding two Community Training Workshops on albizia tree control on Saturday 4/12 and 5/10 in Black Sands, Puna.
These workshops are part of BIISC’s “Albizia Demonstration Project” which aims to educate the public about albizia control, coordinate stakeholders to control albizia in a 500-acre area, and develop “best practices” to be duplicated statewide.
(In the next post) is a press release on the upcoming workshops and the work in Black Sands. Please let me know if you have any questions or would like more information.
Big Island Invasive Species Committee