EAB Information for the Rural Forest Owner
Please note: If you have ash trees. Stop and learn more before you act. The potential threat of EAB is real; however, acting without understanding the specific threat to your trees, regulations and quarantines, and your options, could cause the unnecessary loss of treasured shade trees, or loss of substantial income from your woodlot.
- Links to general information about the emerald ash borer (EAB)
- Preparing for EAB
- Private Woodland Management in Anticipation of Emerald Ash Borer
- Management Options for Minimizing Ash Borer (PDF) (450 KB)
- What's In Those Woods - Taking a closer look at your woodlot
- Reasons for Stewardship Planning
- Landowner Forest Stewardship Plan Outline
- How Do I Market Ash Trees?
- Where Can I Get Help?
The rest of these links lead OFF the DEC website. By clicking on them, you will leave the DEC website.
- Enhancing Stewardship of Your Forest - A Conell Cooperative Extension publication
More about EAB Information for the Rural Forest Owner:
- Private Woodland Management in Anticipation of Emerald Ash Borer - This publication serves to alert private forest owners to the potential for changes in their woods and considerations for their management actions with relation to the emerald ash borer.