Brown Bag Lunch: Emily Grave on wiliwili conservation

April 17, 11:00am - 12:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Lyon Arboretum (3860 Manoa Rd)

Emily Grave: Wiliwili conservation.

Tropical dry forests of Hawaiʻi are severely endangered with little habitat remaining and many plant species federally listed as threatened or endangered. The wiliwili tree, or Erythrina sandwicensis, is one of the most iconic species of these forests. This research focuses on gaining a better understanding of the reproductive ecology, population genetics, and regeneration of wiliwili.

Part of the Brown Bag Lunch series. Open to all, 11 am – noon at our Visitors Center.

Come hear about research by current and recent University of Hawai’i botany students! Bring your brown bag lunch and your hungry brain.

Ticket Information
Free, open to all. For more information, call Emily Grave, Laukahi Network Coordinator, (808) 988-2993.

Event Sponsor
Lyon Arboretum, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Emily Grave, (808) 988-2993,

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