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Mon, May 4th at 4:02 pm
L. Greenwood
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Guest blog authored by Bob Wiltshire, Executive Director, Invasive Species Action Network

Thu, May 21st at 3:28 pm
L. Greenwood
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Are you planning to start your camping season off right this Memorial Day weekend?

This blog first ran on 5/20/2015 at Conservancy Talk, a blog by The Nature Conservancy

Mon, May 4th at 4:02 pm
L. Greenwood
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Guest blog authored by Bob Wiltshire, Executive Director, Invasive Species Action Network

Tue, Apr 28th at 4:27 pm
L. Greenwood
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Spring yard cleaning season is well under way, and here at Don’t Move Firewood we’d like to share some pointers on how you can best dispose of your yard waste to minimize the spread of invasive species. It is important to realize that all types of yard waste- including tree branches, brush, leaves, and clippings- can potentially harbor invasive insects and diseases. Therefore, if you dispose of it incorrectly, you could unintentionally start a new pest infestation.

Mon, Apr 27th at 11:58 am
L. Greenwood
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Guest Editorial from Jason Love, Chair, Western North Carolina Public Lands Council

 

Exotic Forest Pests a Threat to Our Mountains

 

Wed, Apr 8th at 5:00 pm
L. Greenwood
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Dear Don't Move Firewood,

Can I take pine cones with me when I travel?

Yours,

Pine Cone Lover

 

Dear Pine Cone Lover,

Pine cones can carry lots of pests of pine trees, so this is a good question.

 

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