1st Case Of Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed In PlymouthThe City of Plymouth and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture have confirmed the presence of Emerald Ash Borer in at last one tree within the city.
Emerald Ash Borer Find Confirmed In Scott CountyEmerald ash borer has spread to another Minnesota county. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture on Tuesday confirmed an emerald ash borer infestation in Scott County.
Emerald Ash Borer Infestation Confirmed In Chisago CountyA hungry pest that's destroyed millions of trees could be spreading north in Minnesota.
Netting Wasps To Help Fight Emerald Ash BorerScientists in Minnesota believe they've found an insect that can do what they haven't been able to do very well -- get rid of the emerald ash borer.
Emerald Ash Borer An Expensive Challenge In Small TownsOn a warm spring night, Anoka County homeowners are indoors, spending an evening learning about an insect that's invading their property.
Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed In Anoka County City Of Ham LakeThe Minnesota Department of Agriculture has confirmed an emerald ash borer infestation in Anoka County. It says the destructive tree pest was found in an ash tree on private property in the city of Ham Lake.
With Borer Spreading, Towns Sacrifice Their Leafy CanopySince she was a child, the giant ash tree that towered over Rebecca Robinson's small home offered a cool refuge during sultry Midwest summer days. It was the same down her tree-lined neighborhood's block and throughout much of Waterloo, a leafy Iowa city that's home to about 4,000 ashes.
Minneapolis To Gradually Remove Thousands Of Ash Trees Due To Bug InfestationOver the next eight years, the city of Minneapolis plans to remove about 40,000 ash trees from around the city in order to combat the Emerald Ash Borer, a tiny green bug that’s responsible for taking down trees that have stood for decades.
Ash Borer Infestation Found In Olmsted CountyMinnesota officials have confirmed trees in Olmsted County are infested with the destructive emerald ash borer. The state Department of Agriculture said Wednesday the county will join Hennepin, Houston, Ramsey and Winona counties in a state and federal quarantine to prevent the infestation from spreading.
Good Question – ‘Reply All’: Sandbags, Fair Food & Ash TreesEmily from St. Cloud wants to know what happens to all the sandbags after the flooding is over? If the sand isn't contaminated with floodwater, it can be used as fill for things like playgrounds and sidewalks. But in most cases, the sand is contaminated.
Mpls. To Remove 40K Ash Trees To Combat BorerOver the next eight years, Minneapolis will remove 40,000 ash trees from parks and boulevards, part of a $9-million initiative that began in January to eliminate the emerald ash borer. The beetle has killed millions of trees in the U.S., and has invaded neighborhoods across the Twin Cities. Ralph Sievert, director of forestry for the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, says the idea is to phase them out over a period of time.
Minn. Reports Success Against Emerald Ash Borers Minnesota officials reported success Wednesday in the battle to slow the spread of emerald ash borers, saying stingless wasps released in Great River Bluffs State Park near Winona two years ago are reproducing, which is evidence they're attacking the destructive tree pests.