Vermont Forests and Emerald Ash Borer

Emerald ash borer (EAB) is confirmed in all but one of Vermont’s 14 counties. This invasive beetle will likely kill all untreated ash trees in our yards and towns and change the composition of our forests.

Join representatives from VLT, UVM Extension, and the Barre Town Recreation Board for a walk at the Barre Town Forest to learn more about this pest and options for managing ash trees in our yards and forests. We will learn how to identify white ash, the signs and symptoms of EAB, and steps landowners can take to make their properties more resilient to pests like EAB and climate change.

Walk Leaders

Rain date: June 19th, 4:30 – 6:30 pm

This event is perfect for any adults interested in learning more about emerald ash borer, its impact on ash trees, and management options. Register today!

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