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Link Emerald Ash Borer Info
[AGENCY] - This Web site is part of a multistate effort in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin to bring you the latest information about emerald ash borer.
Link National Ash Tree Seed Collection Initiative
[AGENCY] - In the event that the emerald ash borer cannot be contained, the Rose Lake Plant Materials Center is taking steps to see that the ash tree doesn't vanish forever. The PMC has initiated the National Ash Tree Seed Collection Initiative. An agreement has been established to store ash tree seed at the National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation in Fort Collins, Colo. The U.S. Forest Service has agreed to x-ray the collected ash seed to determine sound seed for storage. If the ash tree populations are completely decimated by the ash borer, the stored seeds can be used as the genetic base for work to re-establish ash trees for future generations.
Link Chicago Emerald Ash Borer Central
[BLOG] - Latest Emerald Ash Borer Information by Ron Wolford, Unit Educator, Urban Horticulture and Environment, University of Illinois Extension
Link My Minnesota Woods
[BLOG] - Your source for woodland stewardship advice.
Link Wisconsin's Emerald Ash Borer Information Source
Emerald ash borer was found in southeast Wisconsin in August of 2008. The purpose of this website is to provide clear and timely information about EAB to those affected by, or potentially affected by, the insect's presence in our state.
Link University of Minnesota Extension - EAB
Since 2002, emerald ash borer has killed tens of millions of ash trees in neighboring states. With the second largest concentration of ash trees in the country, Minnesota has much to protect.
Link Minnesota DNR - Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald ash borer (EAB) is an insect that destroys ash trees – and it has just arrived in Minnesota.
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