Leaders of Western States Gather to Discuss Invasive Species

Dec 11, 2018

Wasmannia auropunctata, commonly known as the Little Fire Ant, are one of Hawaii's most high-profile invasive species.
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Hawaii Governor David Ige hosted the 2018 winter meeting of the Western Governors' Association in Kona this week. Ige selected invasive species as the topic for the two day event. Hawaii's efforts to study and control the Little Fire Ant were highlighted during one panel discussion.

Watch discussions from the WGA Invasive Species Conference on the Western Governors' Association YouTube Channel.