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Guide to Wisconsin's regulations on ash wood transportation, utilization and disposal
Guide to WI ash wood transport utilization and disposal regs.pdf
Ash trees face a number of problems that are mistaken for an EAB infestation. Learn how to tell the difference in this publication from Iowa State University Extension.
Information about Emerald Ash Borer and forest management.
A description of recommended actions to take to reduce the spread of emerald ash borer within
quarantined areas, where the wood is most potentially infested.
Recommendations to reduce the spread of EAB.pdf
A map showing EAB Quarantines and municipalities with confirmed EAB finds in Wisconsin as of March 2016.
EAB Detections and Quarantine in WI.pdf
Quick guide for nurseries, mills and loggers, firewood producers and users, green lumber manufacturers, pallet producers and creators of wood waste like arborists or homeowners.
Ash Tree Alternatives Poster in PDF format.
Emerald ash borer's common look-alikes in Wisconsin.
8.5 x 11 poster about EAB, firewood movement, quarantines, and contact information. Useful for any property or business posting. UPDATED in August, 2009 to eliminate names of counties.
List of Wisconsin Wood Residue Brokers, for people looking for a useful place to take woody "residue" after pruning or cutting.
Insecticide Options for Protecting Ash Trees from Emerald Ash Borer. May 2013. This is a multi-state document for anyone with ash trees. Includes frequently asked questions and lists of insecticides with information about use and effectiveness.
UW Extension Homeowner Guide to EAB Insecticide Treatments.pdf
A sample compliance agreement and addendum issued by DATCP.
Multiple Site EAB Response Guide for regional foresters and others assigned to assist in the management of activities related to new discoveries of emerald ash borer throughout the state.
Alternatives to planting ash trees (for arborists and other professionals).
Wisconsin's strategic plan for dealing with emerald ash borer (EAB). Developed by the Wisconsin Cooperative EAB Program with input from a wide variety of affected groups, the Strategic Plan helps guide prioritization, development, and implementation of actions related to the threats and harms caused by EAB in Wisconsin.
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