Moving firewood and other ash wood materials in areas infested with emerald ash borer is regulated by the infested states and federal government. The following information should help you determine whether or not is it acceptable to move firewood within or between states.
Jeff Head (State Plant Health Director) at (662) 323-1291
Arkansas State Plant Board at (501) 225-1598
(203) 974-8474 or email CAES.StateEntomologist@ct.gov
The State of Illinois'Department of Agriculture (IDOA) no longer has regulations or restrictions in place for moving regulated ash materials.
This also means that there is no longer a quarantine within Illinois.
For more information about EAB, firewood regulations and compliance agreements, go to: this link
Phone: (866) NO-EXOTIC
See information under the Wood Industry heading on the University of Kentucky Dept. of Forestry and Natural Resources page | Quarantine Information
Office of the State Entomologist
Phone: (859) 257-5838
Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry emergency hotline
Phone: (855) 452-5323
Maryland Department of Agriculture
Phone: (410) 841-5920
Collin Wamsley, State Entomologist
Missouri Department of Agriculture
Phone: (573) 751-5505
New Jersey Department of Agriculture at 609-406-6939
EAB Hotline: (888)OHIO-EAB
Plant Pest Control Section: (614) 728-6400
Plant Industry Division: (614) 728-6270
Ohio Department of Agriculture: (614) 728-6200
Phone: (717) 772-5205
Please contact either Liz Duguay , DEM/Agriculture at (401) 222-2718 x4510, or Paul Ricard, DEM/ Forest Environment at (401) 568- 2248 x17.
APHIS State Plant Health Director
Phone: (410) 631-0073
WV Department of Agriculture
Phone: (304) 558-2212