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2017 May Be Last Year to Protect Ash Trees in Thurmont, MD

In this Frederick News-Post story, Davey's Chris Klimas discusses the possibility and importance of protecting ash trees in a Thurmont, Maryland community park from emerald ash borer. 

Posted: June 24, 2017

The future of ash trees is stark: Start protecting them in 2017 or accept they are gone.

This was the reality that tree expert Chris Klimas recently laid out for the Thurmont Board of Commissioners. Last year, the town committed to protecting 44 ash trees in its Community Park from the emerald ash borer beetles that eat the tree’s circulatory system and rapidly kill it

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