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Emerald Ash Borer Workshop

Eastern

Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 08:00am - 12:30pm
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The Emerald Ash Borer

The emerald ash borer poses imminent public safety, budgetary, and environmental risks to ash trees in Southeastern PA. Infestations will soon begin increasing at an exponential rate, and without intervention the majority of ash trees will likely die over a short period of time. With effective planning, the impact can be moderated and the environmental benefits provided by urban ash trees preserved.

This workshop, co-sponsored by PHS, Montgomery County Farm, Home & 4H Center, and Penn State Extension, will cover planning and strategies to help mitigate EAB-related risks. It is designed for municipal officials and employees, corporate and institutional landowners, landscaping and tree care companies, and anyone interested in planning for the imminent EAB infestation.

To register:  www.pennhort.net/treetenders  or call 215-988-8793.

Location Montgomery County Farm, Home & 4H Center, 1015 Bridge Road Collegeville, PA 19426
Contact 215-988-8793
Presentations: Impact of EAB Tree Inventory Best Practices Ash Mortality Risk Environmental Impact Hazards of Dying and Dead Ash Tree Latest Research in EAB Treatments EAB Action Plans Examples Treatment tips and Pricing Tree Injec

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