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Wed, Aug 12th at 1:30 pm
L. Greenwood
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Have you heard about Firewood Scout?

Tue, Aug 25th at 12:40 pm
L. Greenwood
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Don't Move Firewood, in cooperation with Faith Campbell of the Center for Invasive Species Prevention, maintains the Gallery of Pests. The Gallery of Pests is an extremely thorough look into the history, biology, and systems surrounding invasive pests that affect trees and tree-like perennial plants (such as columnar cacti) native and urban forest, desert, island, and rangeland systems in North America, Hawai'i, and the Caribbean.

Wed, Aug 12th at 1:30 pm
L. Greenwood
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Have you heard about Firewood Scout?

Mon, Jul 20th at 12:04 pm
L. Greenwood
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Guest blog contributed by Faith Campbell, Center for Invasive Species Prevention

May we all pause to send our condolences to Maryland?

Maryland has fought for a dozen years to slow the spread of the emerald ash borer.  State agency leaders knew they had ash resources worth protecting:  more than 200,000 trees in the state’s principal city, Baltimore.  Ashes are the most common tree in the city.  The surrounding counties have even more- up to an estimated 6.5 million ash trees.

Mon, Jun 29th at 12:25 pm
L. Greenwood
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Did you know that some invasive moths can travel to new places, and infest new forests and trees, on contaminated firewood? In 2015, National Moth Week will be July 18th to 26th, and here at Don't Move Firewood we are providing all our free moth-related materials and downloads to anyone that would like to learn more about how to identify or prevent the movement of invasive moths. In particular, we have a good selection of materials on gypsy moth.

Thu, Jun 25th at 3:10 pm
L. Greenwood
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Guest blog by Mollie Klepack, Vermont Forest Pest Outreach Coordinator

 

In communities across Vermont, trees are marked with orange ribbon and tags exhorting everyone to “Protect This Tree, leave firewood at home.”

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