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The Times-Call's series Take Two revisits people or situations about which we have written previously. Take Two stories run on Mondays. There are about 100 ash trees on the Boulder County Fairgrounds...No, the pest known as the emerald ash borer
If the city did not treat any of its parkway ash trees against the infestation, it is estimated that all of the parkway ash trees would be gone within five years...Following inspection, 91 percent of parkway ash trees were exhibiting only minor or no
The Emerald Ash Borer was positively identified in a residential tree in Newton on March 20. The city of Newton has been establishing a plan for EAB since last fall. We have identified 300 ash trees on city property, Newton Parks and Recreation
Emerald ash borer Photo courtesy of Julie Moore Updated: March 27, 2014 7:03PM As cold as it got this winter in the Chicago area, it probably did little harm to a tree-killing bug that is costing some communities millions of dollars.
19 March 2014 0 View comments For 150 years this oak tree towered above the gentle rolling Devon landscape. It was brought crashing down last month, a casualty of the storms which caused the greatest loss of trees since 1987. Raef Johnson, National
When foresters recently cleared about 20 ash trees from two blocks of 2nd Street NE. Minneapolis near Nicollet Island, alarmed residents asked what had happened to the city's plan to remove trees slowly but steadily over the next eight years. What
Foresters worried the emerald ash borer that has infested trees in 5 square miles of central Boulder may have spread south are preparing to test the urban forests of Broomfield and Denver for the tree-killing pest. The city of Boulder on Tuesday said
While many of us may prefer to never again see temperatures drop below zero like they did earlier this week across the country, the deep freeze is putting warm smiles on the faces of many entomologists. That's because it may have been cold enough in
Places in Michigan get cold, too, and it hasn't really slowed things down, he said. Michigan is where the beetle was first identified in North America, in 2002. Since then it has killed tens of millions of ash trees in southeastern Michigan alone.
Icy, snow-covered roads and high winds made travel treacherous Sunday from the Dakotas and Michigan to Missouri as much of the nation braced for the next winter wallop: a dangerous cold that could break records. A whirlpool of frigid, dense air known