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Well-managed rangelands provide important economic, environmental, and cultural benefits. Yet, many rangelands worldwide are experiencing pressures of land-use change, overgrazing, fire, and drought, causing rapid degradation. These pressures are especially acute in the Hawaiian Islands, which we explore as a microcosm with some broadly relevant lessons. Absent stewardship, land in Hawai'i is typically subject to degradation through the spread and impacts of noxious invasive plant species;doi:10.3390/land10070764 fatcat:wmgzxgl5i5dlposvftgircbxim