Researchers with the U.S. Forest Service are looking for ash trees that survived the attack of the emerald ash borer.
The invasive insect has been spreading across the Midwest and beyond since 2002 – killing millions of ash trees in its wake.
The Northern Research Station has launched a new online reporting tool. They want people in 10 counties in southeast Michigan and 7 counties in northwest Ohio to report the location of ash trees that have survived the infestation.
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