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Webinar: Utilizing Urban Trees: Emerald Ash Borer and the Michigan Experience
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This presentation will discuss the efforts of public, nonprofit, and private sector partners in developing viable wood utilization options for ash trees removed from communities and urban landscapes.

10/22/2013
When: October 22, 2013
Noon - 1:00 pm
Contact: Scott Sjolander
814-333-7440

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presented byJessica Simons, Natural Resources Specialist
SE Michigan Resource Conservation and Development Council
The emerald ash borer was found in Michigan in 2002 and has killed millions of trees in the following decade. Early response activities were hampered by the fact that this forest health crisis had developed in the most urban portion of the state. This presentation will discuss the efforts of public, nonprofit, and private sector partners in developing viable wood utilization options for ash trees removed from communities and urban landscapes in southeastern Michigan.

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