Videos

  • The Black Walnut: Trees, Pests & People

    In this chapter of Trees, Pests & People, we look at the threat of thousand cankers disease as it looms from a distance over the Missouri black walnuts. Tree...

  • The Avocado: Trees, Pests & People

    In this chapter of Trees, Pests & People, we look at Florida's avocados. With each passing day the chances increase that another tree will be found with the ...

  • The Ash: Trees, Pests & People

    In this chapter of Trees, Pests & People, we look at the Ash trees of Baltimore, as they're dealing with the scourge of the emerald ash borer. Trees, Pests &...

  • Glen Plake Skiing for the Trees

    The world famous, extreme skier Glen Plake talks about the importance of keeping trees and forests healthy on the ski slopes. In Don't Move Firewood's first ...

  • Ski Bro Talk Trees by Glen Plake

    Speaking in his native tongue, Glen Plake talks about keeping trees and forests healthy by not moving firewood. In Don't Move Firewood's first celebrity vide...

  • Interview with Sudden Oak Death Pathogen

    The deadly threat of Sudden Oak Death (SOD) takes a break from killing trees to appear on late night television. The talk show host and SOD talk about what s...

  • Trees, Pests & People -- Official Trailer "People"

    Trees, Pests & People is the story of three kinds of trees and the people that depend on them. For the Missouri's black walnuts tree farmers, the threat of t...

  • What's Bugging Our Maple Syrup?

    Can you imagine a pancake breakfast without maple syrup? Learn why maple sugar farmers are worried about the future of maple trees- at risk from the dual thr...

  • Super Guardabosques y la Legion de los Bichos

    La Legión de los Bichos pueden invadir los bosques de los Estados Unidos cuando la gente mueva la leña. Los Súper Guardabosques detenen el malvado plan de lo...

  • I'm Worried About America's Nuts

    "It's my nuts. I'm worried about my nuts." And so begins a hilarious tromp through misunderstandings between a man concerned about the effects of moving fire...

  • The Good, the Bad and the Bugly

    Chasing an invasive forest pest through canyons and cottonwood forests isn't easy for even the fastest of park rangers, but in this new Don't Move Firewood W...

  • You Wouldn't Take Firewood to Graceland

    You wouldn't sip sweet tea on the porch with firewood, or take it for a bike ride, would you? So don't take it long distances to camp, hunt, fish, or visit t...

  • Emerald Ash Borer & The Battle for the Trees

    Who will win the battle for the trees? The emerald ash borer or the forest ranger? Watch as they compete in all-out foot race to see who wins. And do your pa...

  • Killer Bugs Serving Time for the Trees

    Destroying entire forests, killing trees, and creating a nuisance? A petty criminal meets up with two killer bugs in jail, and discusses their crimes against...

  • The Gypsy Moth Sees Your Future

    Looking deep into a crystal ball, the gypsy moth sees you might have emerald ash borer, thousand cankers disease, or Asian longhorned beetle in your future. ...

  • You Wouldn't Take Firewood to a Ball Game

    You wouldn't take firewood to work, or for a bike ride, would you? So don't take it long distances to camp, hike, fish, or visit friends, either. Instead, bu...

  • Super Rangers and the Legion of Bugs

    The Legion of Bugs plot to infiltrate America's forests when people move firewood. The Super Park Rangers come to the rescue when they interrupt the Legion o...

  • Lifecycle of the Emerald Ash Borer

    A fast paced look at how the life of the emerald ash borer puts trees at risk when people move firewood. This nation-wide version was made through a partners...

  • Firewood Animated Story

    When you move firewood, you can accidentally move insects and diseases that kill trees. Many communities around the USA and Canada have seen this happen in t...

  • Lurking in the Trees

    Worcester, MA could be almost anywhere in America. But when a foreign invasive pest - the Asian longhorned beetle - was discovered to be killing Worcester's ...

  • Identify the Asian Longhorned Beetle

    Big round holes in a tree, large black beetles with white spots- have you seen these signs of a tree killer where you live? If you think you might have seen ...

  • Be Alert to Sick and Dying Trees

    Right now, your trees could be at risk from an invasive tree killing pest. By observing the trees around you, you can protect the places you love. In this 30...

  • Don't Spread Pests

    When you move firewood, you can accidentally move pests that kill trees. Don't Move Firewood teams up with USDA-APHIS, The Nature Conservancy and the USFS to...

  • Bugnet - Don't Move Firewood

    Meet the chief suspects in a forest-destruction case that is affecting neighborhoods, parks and cities nationwide. Help stop pests like this. Don't Move Fire...

  • The Interview

    An informative interview with Woody, the Emerald Ash Borer, talking about his life as a traveling bug. A great opportunity to learn about the ways and activi...

  • Bug Harmony

    Meet two bugs that found true love through some common interests: destroying forests, trees and hitchhiking on the firewood you transport when you go camping.

  • Fresh and Pure

    Our forests are under attack. Invasive foreign pests and diseases come into this country and kill trees. Fewer trees mean more pollution in our drinking wate...

  • Behind the Bug: Emerald Ash Borer

    Meet the Emerald Ash Borer, from his wild days running around from tree to tree, partying and causing mayhem wherever he went. Now, a bit older, he reflects and even talks of a ... comeback?

  • The Smith Family Goes Camping

    Don't Move Firewood: The Smith family goes camping but bring an uninvited guest in their pile of firewood. See why you shouldn't transport firewood.

  • Introducing the Emerald Ash Borer

    Get to know the Emerald Ash Borer, an invasive foreign pest that is killing our trees and harms our forests when people move firewood.

  • Homeowner in Reflection

    I remember my house growing up. It had a great big Oak tree right in the middle of the back yard. That old oak was a big part of my life as a kid. Don't let ...

  • Don't Move Firewood: Backyard

    Remember that big tree in back of your house growing up? All our trees are threatened by foreign pests and diseases which are spread when people move firewood.

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