Pu’u Pili Biodiversity Preserve
Creation of a 270-acre cloud forest reserve to protect native biodiversity and a unique concentration of rare and endangered plant species, as well as native forest birds.
- Inspect and repair 2.5 miles of conservation fencing
- Feral pig eradication (trapping/hunting)
- Invasive plant control (cape ivy, kahili ginger, banana poka)
- Monitoring (pig sign, endangered plant species, understory recovery)
Total Project Budget:
- State of Hawaiʻi, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service