There has been a great amount of evidence found to support that the preservation practices have overall helped the forest regain some of its native species. Data that supports this statement is the continual conclusion that there is more native than non-native species found in the forest. Other efforts such as the clearing of the invasive Guava has also been seen in the data, because without the clearing of these plants, it has allowed native species to grow without being torn up by the ruthless invasive or die from lack of water because of the amount of water used up by the plant. Overall, these are good findings because it proves that whatever efforts are being conducted to protect native species, is ultimately working. In hopes to keep the native forest for future generations, it is believed that continuing these field trips/organizations with schools will further more the sustainability for the future.