Hawaiʻi Unite Against Invasives:
Hawaii Invasive Species Council (HISC) Provides state interdepartmental collaboration for the prevention, control and eradication of harmful invasive species. There are dedicated Invasive Species Committees (ISC) to provide resources and assistance to your community: Big Island, Oahu, Maui, Kauaʻi, Molokaʻi.
State of Hawaiʻi Department of Agriculture (HDOA) Supports, enhances, promotes, and protects Hawaii’s agriculture and aquaculture industries, also working to create and maximize opportunities for exporting; and facilitate growth of existing and new agricultural commodities and by-products. In addition, the department works to prevent the introduction and establishment of plants, animals and diseases that are detrimental to the state’s agriculture industry and the environment.
The Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species (CGAPS) is a partnership of agencies and non-governmental organizations working together to protect Hawaiʻi from invasive species.
Report a Pest Hawaii Did you know that 20 to 50 new non-native species arrive every single year? Early detection of and rapid response to new invasive threats entering the islands will reduce the overall impact of these species before they become out of control. If you see a snake call 911 immediately!
StopTheAnt Statewide website for Little Fire Ant.
Hawaiʻi Ant Lab The Hawaiʻi Ant Lab works with residents, agriculture, the green industry and plant nurseries to provide solutions for the many impacts caused by invasive ants.
Big Island Invasive Species Committee The Committee is a voluntary partnership of government, private and non-profit organizations, and concerned individuals working to address invasive species issues on the island of Hawaii. Community-based LFA treatment plans.
Fire Ants Hawaiʻi A specialist will survey your property to evaluate your particular LFA problem and create an individually tailored method of treatment for you.