- About EAB
- Reporting EAB
- Moving Firewood
- Wood Use Options
- EAB Infested Trees
- Where is EAB?
- Publications/ Resources
- Information for Homeowners
- Biological Control
MAPS & STATE INFO
SPOT THE PURPLE BOXES
For more information on emerald ash borer visit these links:
Other Sites of Interest
- Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment (ATFE) Black Ash Project
The Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment (ATFE), a community based, grass-roots organization, was formed in 1987 to address the environmental problems facing the Mohawk Nation community of Akwesasne.
- Casey Trees
Restore, Enhance and Protect the tree canopy in the Nation's Capital
- Don't Move Firewood
The transportation of invasive insects & diseases through firewood is destroying trees in urban, suburban & forest areas. See what you can do.
- Society of Municipal Arborists - Emerald Ash Borer page
- i-Tree - Tools for Assessing and Managing Community Forests
i-Tree is a state-of-the-art, peer-reviewed software suite from the USDA Forest Service that provides urban forestry analysis and benefits assessment tools. The i-Tree Tools help communities of all sizes to strengthen their urban forest management and advocacy efforts by quantifying the structure of community trees and the environmental services that trees provide.
- USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) EAB Page
- USDA EAB Program Manual
- USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area Forest Health Protection EAB Page
- USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area Firewood Forum
- USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station EAB Page
- The USDA National Plant Germplasm System Ash Conservation Project
The NPGS is a cooperative network, coordinated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS), that is dedicated to preserving the genetic diversity of plants.
- USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
This site outlines the Ash Seed Collection Program sponsored by the Natural Resources Conservation Service
- Canadian Food Inspection Agency EAB Page
Michigan - Detected summer 2002
- Michigan Department of Agriculture EAB Page
- Michigan State University
- Southeast Michigan Resource Conservation & Development Council Ash tree utilization options
- "Slow Ash Mortality" – SLAM Pilot Project
Description: The SLAM project is a collaborative effort involving Michigan State University, the USDA Forest Service, USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Michigan Technological University (MTU), the Michigan Dept. of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD), the Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources (MDNR), and Michigan Conservation Districts in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The goal of the SL.A.M. pilot project in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is to delay and slow the expansion of ash mortality by reducing populations of the beetle in newly-infested sites, outside of known EAB infestations.
Colorado - Detected fall 2013
Connecticut - Detected summer 2012
Georgia - Detected summer 2013
Illinois - Detected summer 2006
Indiana - Detected spring 2004
Iowa - Detected spring 2010
Kansas - Detected fall 2012
Kentucky - Detected spring 2009
Maryland - Detected fall 2003
Massachusetts - Detected fall 2012
Minnesota - Detected spring 2009
Missouri - Detected summer 2008
Nebraska - Emerald ash borer has not been found in the state of Nebraska.
New York - Detected spring 2009
North Carolina - Detected summer 2013.
North Dakota - Emerald ash borer has not been found in the state of North Dakota.
Ohio - Detected winter 2003
Ontario - Detected summer 2002
Pennsylvania - Detected summer 2007
Quebec - Detected summer 2008
Tennessee - Detected summer 2010
Virginia - Detected 2003 (eradicated). Reconfirmed summer 2008.
West Virginia - Detected fall 2007
Wisconsin - Detected fall 2008