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What to Do Now That EAB Is in Hennepin County, Minnesota

In this Lakeshore Weekly News story, Travis McDonald of Davey's South Minneapolis, Minnesota, office talks about what the arrival of emerald ash borer (EAB) means for the county's ash trees. He explains how EAB damages trees, what warning signs to look for and how to protect your trees.

Posted: August 21, 2018

GOLDEN VALLEY — Stockman Park in this city only has 1.3 acres. It features a basketball court, softball field, skating rink and a playground.

On July 25, the city forester confirmed the emerald ash borer there, in a large ash tree. The find indicates the slow spread of the invasive beetle continues. The largest part of the Twin Cities area outbreak has been in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

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