Everything you need to know about the emerald ash borer

Don and John discuss the recent discovery of emerald ash borer in Moorhead and what that means for your own ash trees.


The emerald ash borer is a small and rather beautiful-looking insect, but it has had a catastrophic effect on trees in communities across our region. What does it mean for your ash trees? Don and John go over everything you should know.

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