Once the analysis is completed, the group finds that Japanese Stilt grass was most prevalent along roads and trails and they decide that the best course of action is to control the spread along these corridors by using manual removal. This was because manual removal proved to be the least expensive, the most effective and had the highest level of accessibility for this particular area.
All final modifications to the project documentation are now made by various members of the group. It is time for the team to communicate the final results to the appropriate decision maker.
By completing the entire CRAFT risk assessment process and by using the tools provided, the analysis and documentation are now transparent and the team has built a concrete rationale behind their recommendations.
← Communicate the decision