The Resource Kit for Invasive Plant Management and Invasive Plant Management Training Course were prepared by PII with invaluable assistance from the New Zealand Department of Conservation especially, Glen Coulston,  Keith Briden and Pete Raal and Stella Associates, the training consultants especially, David Wallace and Tony Stella. Thank you!
PII would also like to thank the following people who provided advice or information and/or reviewed project documents (apologies to anyone we may have overlooked):
Alan Tye, SPREP, Samoa (no longer in this post)
Amanda Hardman, Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, US
David Moverley, Te Ngahere Native Forest Management, New Zealand (now with SPREP, Samoa)
Faleafaga Toni Tipama'a, Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment, Samoa
Geoffrey Howard, International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Kenya
James Atherton, Environmental & GIS Specialist, Samoa
James Leary, University of Hawaii, US
Jane Reppun Beachy, University of Hawaii, US
Joel Miles, Agricultural and Environmental Consultant, Palau
Kelvin Floyd, Te Ngahere Native Forest Management, New Zealand
Mei Tan, IUCN SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group, New Zealand (no longer in this post)
Posa Skelton, SPREP (PILN Coordinator), Samoa
Shingo Takeda, University of the South Pacific, Fiji
Shyama Pagad, IUCN SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group, New Zealand
Tofilau Tavita Togia, National Park of American Samoa, American Samoa

Thank you to the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)[1], the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Aid Programme and The David and Lucile Packard Foundation for their support.
The PII Development Team:
Bill Nagle, PII, New Zealand
Natasha Doherty, PII, New Zealand
Souad Boudjelas, PII, New Zealand
[1] CEPF is a joint program of l'Agence Française de Développement, Conservation International, the European Union, the Global Environment Facility, the Government of Japan, the MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank.