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Researchers Putting Together Colorado-Wide Forest Inventory

In this story from the DenveriJournal, DRG gathers tree inventory data in Colorado to find Emerald Ash Borer.

Published Oct. 29, 2013


FORT COLLINS — This fall, arborists completed the first phase of a project designed to create a statewide inventory of urban and community forests, and quantify the environmental benefits they provide.

The inventory will help urban and community foresters around the state address such concerns as emerald ash borer – an invasive insect pest first confirmed in Colorado last month and already responsible for the death or decline of tens of millions of ash trees in 21 states.

For the full story, visit the DenveriJournal website.

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