U.S. Forest Service receives $1.6M grant to study hybrid ecosystems in Hawaii

Invasive species are so pervasive in Hawaii’s low-lying areas that the U.S. Forest Service says it’s not cost-effective or practical to eradicate them all. Instead, it’s launching new research into developing “hybrid ecosystems” that will incorporate some nonnative plants but allow native plants to thrive. The service has received a $1.6 million grant from...

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