|Date||Tuesday March 28, 2017|
|Place||Maui Community Service Bldg next to CTHAR Extension Services (Map) on the UH Maui campus.|
|Time||Featured Speaker at 6:30 pm|
Pupus will be served
This event is free and open to the public.
Little fire ants and coqui frogs are continuing to make headlines on Maui. The Maui Invasive Species Committee is on the front lines of the battles to prevent and control these and other invasive pests & diseases. Adam will be discussing the current progress of the control of the little fire ants and coqui frogs on our island and how the landscape community plays a key role in the management of these issues. This is not only a landscape industry problem but a potential economic issue for our island. Adam will also answer questions on other potential pests & diseases and how to not only protect our island landscapes but Maui’s ecosystem.
Adam Radford has been manager of the Maui Invasive Species Committee (MISC) since July 2016. He directs all field and outreach activities for Maui as well as assists with the Molokai Invasive Species Committee. He received his undergraduate degree from UH Manoa and his Masters degree from California State University.
- LICT Credits: 1 CEU