Pictures showing the two beetles.
A Proclamation by Governor Hassan declaring May 18-24, 2014 EMERALD ASH BORER AWARENESS WEEK.
Governor Maggie Hassan has proclaimed May 22-28, 2016 "Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week" in New Hampshire.
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 2/24/2017.
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.
235 shrubs, subshrubs & lianas native to New Hampshire are listed.
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 10/17/2016
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)
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