Emerald Ash Borer Discovered In Worthington In SW MinnesotaMinnesota agriculture officials are placing Nobles County under emergency quarantine after emerald ash borers were discovered in Worthington.
Emerald Ash Borer Found In Minnetonka City officials in Minnetonka say that trees along the southeastern border of the city are infested with emerald ash borer.
Emerald Ash Borer Discovered In Stearns CountyMinnesota agriculture officials placed Stearns County under an emergency quarantine to limit movement of firewood and ash material after emerald ash borer (EAB) was discovered within the county.
Healthy Fish, Ash Borer Eradication: This Cold Snap Has Some UpsidesAnother reason the cold is good for the lakes is that it helps preserve the ice by giving balance to our warmer winter days.
DNR Releases New Firewood Rules For State ParksThe Minnesota DNR has new firewood laws for campers and people planning to visit state parks this summer.
Ash Tree Species Pushed To Brink Of Extinction, Scientists SayFive prominent species of ash tree in the eastern U.S. have been driven to the brink of extinction from years of lethal attack by a beetle, a scientific group says.
First Emerald Ash Borer Case Confirmed In Brooklyn ParkBrooklyn Park city officials and the Minnesota DNR have confirmed that at least one tree in the city has emerald ash borer.
Mpls. Park Board Working To Head Off Tree ShortageThe Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is worried that an insect could lead to a tree shortage throughout the city.
Officials Recommend Expansion Of Bug Quarantine In Northeast MinnesotaState agriculture officials are recommending an expansion of a proposed emerald ash borer quarantine in northeastern Minnesota.
Duluth Has 2nd Confirmed Emerald Ash Borer InfestationState agriculture officials say a second infestation of emerald ash borer has been discovered in Duluth.
First Discovery Of Emerald Ash Borer In Northern Minn. In DuluthState officials say they've made the first discovery of emerald ash borer in northern Minnesota — an infestation in Duluth. Minnesota Department of Agriculture staffers found larvae of the destructive tree pest in ash trees on Park Point. Entomologist Mark Abrahamson says the area has been a focus ever since the discovery of EAB just across the border in Superior, Wisconsin, in August 2013.