Pictures showing the two beetles.
A Proclamation by Governor Hassan declaring May 18-24, 2014 EMERALD ASH BORER AWARENESS WEEK.
The State of New Hampshire Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine Compliance Agreement- Treatment Options- for forest products.
8X11 poster for the emerald ash borer quarantine areas in Belknap, Hillsborough, Merrimack and Rockingham Counties, New Hampshire. Updated 7/10/2015
A map showing risk zones for infestation of ash trees by emerald ash borer. Updated 2/9/2016.
A collection of publications and presentations related to invasive plants including: What is an invasive; Identification guide to invasive plants; Controlling invasives on woodlots; and methods for disposal.
A website of with comprehensive information about laws, identification, control, management, disposal, and links to many other websites.
Picking Our Battles: A Guide to Planning Successful Invasive Plant Management Projects
Red pine scale is a non-native, exotic insect found in New Hampshire in 2012.
Silhouettes of common insects are shown including the non-native and damaging Asian longhorned beetle.
This is the script for volunteer presenters delivering the "NHBugs: The Big Three; Emerald ash borer, Hemlock woolly adelgid and Asian longhorned beetle" talk in the Speaking for Wildlife program. Updated 4/13/2016
Sample press release for use with "NHBugs: The Big Three; Emerald ash borer, Hemlock woolly adelgid and Asian longhorned beetle" talk in the Speaking for Wildlife Program.
Handout for volunteers giving "NHBugs: The Big Three" - provides information for landowners who want to protect their high value ash trees from emerald ash borer infestation. Also includes a link to the NHBugs website for more information. Updated 4/13/2016
Sample flyer to be used by volunteers delivering the "NHBugs: The Big Three; Emerald ash borer, Hemlock woolly adelgid and Asian longhorned beetle" Speaking for Wildlife talk.
Garlic mustard life cycle (from Hanover Biodiversity Committee, Hanover, NH; March 2014)
A symposium, Using Fire to Control Invasive Plants: What’s New, What Works in the Northeast?, was held on January 24, 2003. Researchers and fire managers presented results and observations from their work.
Reviews blister rust disease biology, provides field identification tips, and summarizes the results of a 1998 New Hampshire survey looking for the incidence of white pine blister rust.
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