The Hawaii Rare Plant Restoration Group (HRPRG) is an informal alliance of public and private agencies and organizations working to prevent the extinction of native Hawaiian plants and provide for their recovery through integrated in situ (on-site) and ex situ (off-site) efforts through its diverse and committed membership. Partners work collaboratively to sample, propagate, and reintroduce rare plants, and to advance the preservation of native plants and their habitats through effective communication and public education. The HRPRG also serves as the Hawaiian Plant Specialist Group for the IUCN. Read more: http://hrprg2.webnode.com/about-us/

 

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Resources and Guidelines

One mission of the HRPRG has been to facilitate collaboration by providing standards and guidelines to be used by participating members statewide. Use the links below to download these resources

HRPRG Rare Plant Monitoring Form

 

HRPRG Rare Plant Monitoring Form Instructions

 

Guidelines for the Responsible Viewing of Rare Native Plants in the Wild

 

Brochure: Guidelines for the Responsible Viewing of Rare Native Plants in the Wild

 

Nursery and Outplanting Phytosanitation Guidelines

 

Reintroduction Guidelines