Maine Takes Steps to Keep Harmful Invasive Insect at Bay

Tom Porter, MPBN.  July 27, 2011
State conservation officials are keeping a serious eye out this year for signs of an invasive beetle that destroys ash trees.  The emerald ash borer has had a devastating impact on ash tree populations in the Midwest since it arrived from Asia nine years ago, and has now been seen in parts of the Northeast, including New York state and Quebec.  Read more…


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