Seana Walsh

As Conservation Biologist of the National Tropical Botanical Garden, Seana’s primary role is to lead in the development of the organization’s activities to implement the Hawaiʻi Strategy for Plant Conservation. She earned a Master’s degree in Botany from the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa. Her applied research interests include plant breeding systems, pollination ecology, and population genetics.

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E Mau ana Ka 'Ohl'a - Perpetuating 'Ohi'a
E Mau ana Ka 'Ohl'a - Perpetuating 'Ohi'a

New fungal pathogens are threatening the most ecologically and culturally important native tree in Hawai‘i, ‘ōhi‘a (Metrosideros spp.).

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Conservation of the Critically Endangered Hawaiian species Phyllostegia electra (Lamiaceae)

Seana Walsh, Dustin Wolkis, and Ken Wood, National Tropical Botanical Garden

How to Conduct a Reintroduction with a Large Number of Volunteers edit
How to Conduct a Plant Reintroduction with the Help of Volunteers

Seana Walsh, National Tropical Botanical Garden