Asian longhorned beetle is an invasive insect that kills many kinds of trees, including maples. Discover how to identify these beetles and the signs they leave behind.
This 2-minute video explains how to ID the ALB and what signs to look for in your trees to know if they’re under attack by it.
This PDF gives similar information to the above video in a 1-page poster.
This 1-page factsheet shows you 7 ALB look-alikes and compares them against the real thing.
Emerald ash borer is considered the most devastating invasive insect in North American forests. It attacks ash trees. Discover how to identify these dangerous insects and the signs they leave behind.
If you've lost a lot of trees to an insect infestation, you might be able to salvage some income from them if you contact a forester soon after the trees die.
Moving firewood, say from your woodlot to a campsite, is the #1 way dangerous forest pests spread. State law restricts when and how far you may transport firewood.
Buying your firewood from a local source and cutting firewood off your woodlot are excellent ways to prevent the spread of insects and disease.