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Fall 2021 Webinar Series

Fall 2021 Webinar Series
Topic Original Webinar Date  
Spotting the Spot – Spotted Lanternfly Outreach and Engagement
Amy Stone, Extension Educator, The Ohio State University
Thursday, November 4th, 2021
@ 11 a.m. EST
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From the basics of ID to the importance and value of understanding how to report and two steps in the engagement process for spotted lanternfly and other invasive species. Learn how Ohio is transitioning from a spotted lanternfly uninfested state, to a couple non-contiguous counties with reproducing populations, with likely more to come. Amy will share how to engage the public, green industry professionals and others in the search for the spotted lanternfly. Sometimes a message in one state doesn’t necessarily work for another and may even cause some confusion. We will sort it out and stress the importance of everyone looking to spot the spot – Spotted Lanternfly Outreach and Engagement!

Managing Invasive Forest Pests: A Futile or Fertile Effort?
Andrew (Sandy) Liebhold, Research Entomologist, US Forest Service
Thursday, November 18th, 2021
@ 11 a.m. EST
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As more invasive forest pests arrive at our shores each year, it is easy to wonder if all the efforts taken against them are worth the time, effort and money. In this webinar, Dr. Sandy Liebhold, US Forest Service Entomologist will draw on over 4 decades of experience to share his insights on responses ranging from border inspection and eradication efforts to slowing the spread of invasive pests. His unique perspective will help you understand the role of common tools and how you can best utilize it in your own fight against forest invasives.

Update on Box Tree Moth
Jennifer Llewellyn, Nursery and Landscape Specialist, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs

Thursday, December 2nd, 2021
@ 11 a.m. EST
CANCELLED
Breeding for EAB-Resistance: What Does the Future Look like for Ash?
Jennifer Koch, Research Biologist, US Forest Service
Thursday, January 27th, 2022
@ 11 a.m. EST
POSTPONED

NOTE: THIS DATE [November 29th, 2021] IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED OF ANY CHANGES AFTER YOU REGISTER

The invasion of emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) threatens the survival of ash trees (Fraxinus) in the United States, where it is a common hardwood species especially in riparian and wetland forests. Ash was also used extensively for soil conservation (including wind breaks) and in urban green spaces and streets. Surviving, or “lingering”, ash trees that had maintained healthy canopies for at least two years after all other large ash trees had died were identified in natural forests long-infested by EAB. EAB egg bioassay experiments confirmed that these trees possess an increased level of resistance due to several types of defense responses, including mortality of early instar larvae, larvae with significantly lower weights, or leaves less preferred for feeding by EAB adults. Lingering green (F. pennsylvanica) and white ash (F. americana) trees have been accessioned and tested using the egg bioassay, and are now established in a field test to assess longer-term performance. Controlled cross pollinations have been used to produce full-sibling progeny from varied combinations of lingering ash parents. Bioassay data show that some of the 2-year-old seedling progeny kill more EAB larvae than either parent, suggesting a tree-improvement program is likely to be successful in producing EAB resistant seed. Longer term goals include combining the best performing progeny from many families into a second generation seed orchard, so that the seed produced may be used for restoration plantings.

Long-term Impacts and Management of Emerald Ash Borer
Kathleen Knight, Research Ecologist, US Forest Service
Thursday, Feburary 3rd, 2022
@ 12 p.m. EST
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The emerald ash borer, an invasive insect, has spread from its initial introduction in Michigan and killed millions of ash trees across the region. All six ash species native to its introduced range are susceptible to this pest, and the effects of EAB differ in the different kinds of ecosystems inhabited by these different ash species. Our long-term monitoring program has provided insights into the impacts of EAB on forests and on the long-term dynamics of ash species. Looking to the future, integrated pest management strategies can be used in situation-specific combinations to reduce and mitigate effects of EAB.

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It strives to:

  • Build regional and national awareness of the urban wood market by bringing together urban wood efforts in Illinois, Michigan, Missouri and Wisconsin and beyond, providing leadership and sharing information.
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Archived Webinars

History of EAB
Topic Original Webinar Date Link

National Perspective on EAB

Joe Beckwith, USDA APHIS

12/13/16

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2015 EAB Toolkit Update and the Best of EAB University

Cliff Sadof, Purdue University

3/12/15

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EAB 101 – What Happened, and What's Happening Now

Amy Stone, Ohio State University Extension Educator & Robin Usborne, Communications Manager, Michigan State University

Additional information:

5/19/14

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EAB 101 for 2013

Amy Stone from the Ohio State University Extension, Annemarie Nagle from Purdue University, and Robin Usborne from Michigan State University

5/21/13

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EAB 101: The History of EAB and Basic Information

11/12/09

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Municipal Management Series

This series of webinars are aimed at municipal decision-makers and their professional affiliates, such as city managers, attorneys, planners and elected officials, as they are confronted with the possibility – or reality – of emerald ash borer infesting their community’s ash trees. This information would also be of interest to professional associations that municipal employees turn to for advice and guidance.
Topic Original Webinar Date Link

Developing a Municipal Strategy for Managing EAB

Josh Behounek, Coordinator of Urban Forestry Services with Davey Tree Co., Columbia, MO

12/6/16

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Municipal Management Wrap Up

Joe Boggs, Ohio State University Extension

5/8/13

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EAB Tools and Tactics for Communities

Gary Johnson, Extension professor of forestry at the University of Minnesota

4/16/13

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Pros and Cons of Urban Mechanized Tree Removal

Don Peterson, president of Renewable Resource Solutions, LLC, in Crystal Falls, MI

4/10/13

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The Impact of Urban Trees

Geoffrey Donovan, PhD, research forester with the USDA Forest Service

Supplemental material:

3/26/13

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EAB Liability and Communications Issues

Margo Ely & Joe McElroy from the City of Naperville, IL

3/12/13

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EAB will Hit Your Budget...

Richard Hauer, UW -Stevens Point and Cliff Sadof, Purdue University

Additional information:

2/14/13

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Municipal EAB Management Series Topic Memo to City Managers

Chad Tinkel, Manager of Forestry, City of Fort Wayne, IN

11/29/12

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Municipal EAB Management Series Your EAB Management Options vs. the "Death Curve"

Jim Zwack, M.S., The Davey Institute

Additional information:

11/19/12

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ABATe -- A Strategic Response to EAB

Brad Beaubien, AICP, Ball State University

11/15/12

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Other Invasive Forest Pests of Concern
Topic Original Webinar Date Link
Tick Tock – A Timely Update on Ticks, Diseases and Prevention
Timothy McDermott, Ohio State Univ. Extension Educator, Franklin County, OH
10/15/2020 Play Webinar

This presentation will include a general background with a particular focus on the exotic East Asian tick, also known as the longhorned tick or bush tick. Dr. McDermott will cover where it is known to be in the US, what favorable conditions it prefers, and what you can do to protect yourself. First detected in 2017 in New Jersey, this summer, the tick was found in Ohio and Kentucky.

What We Know So Far -- How Feeding & Mating Behavior are Related to Lycorma delicatula Flight Dispersal
Tom Baker, Dept. of Entomology, Center for Chemical Ecology, Penn State University, University Park, PA
10/29/2020 Play Webinar

This presentation involves the study of flight dispersal of Lycorma delicatula in PA -- are there predictable directional and distance components that could help predict new locations to which the infestations may spread? In 2017 and 2018, adults were observed launching themselves into the wind from all types of host and non-host trees, or from porches, posts and other human-made structures.

Invasive Jumping Worms: The Impact of a New Soil Invader
Brad Herrick, Ecologist/Research Program Manager, UW-Madison Arboretum
11/19/2020 Play Webinar

Jumping worms are invading forests and horticultural landscapes throughout the United States. These Asian earthworms modify soil structure and chemistry, nutrient dynamics, soil food webs, litter depth, and plant health. This talk will share information on general earthworm biology and identification, impacts, control options, and the latest research findings.

Integrated Chemical & Bio Control of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid: A Resource Manager's Guide
Albert “Bud” Mayfield, USDA Forest Service, Southern Region. Additional authors are Scott M. Salom, Kenton Sumpter, Tom McAvoy, Noel F. Schneeberger and Rusty Rhea.

Download supplementary document pdf.

5/13/2020 Play Webinar
Forest Invaders to Watch for and How to Manage Them Part 2: Spotted Lanternfly, Gypsy Moth, and Hemlock Wooly Adelgid
Cliff Sadof, Carrie Tauscher, and Elizabeth Barnes (Purdue University)
4/29/2020 Play Webinar

What’s that on your tree?!? We’ll tell you about how to identify, treat, and where to find three invasive species to watch out for on the outside of your trees: spotted lanternfly, hemlock wooly adelgid, and gypsy moth.

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Forest Invaders to Watch for and How to Manage Them Part 1: Emerald Ash Borer, Thousand Cankers Disease, and Asian Longhorned Beetle
Cliff Sadof, Carrie Tauscher, and Elizabeth Barnes (Purdue University)
4/22/2020 Play Webinar

Something chewing up your tree trunks? This webinar will cover the basics of identification and treatment of three major invasive woodborers: emerald ash borer, Asian longhorned beetle, and thousand cankers disease and the identification of their host plants.

Eastern: Invasive Forest Pest Q & A
Cliff Sadof, Purdue University
4/8/2020 Play Webinar
Long-term impacts and management of emerald ash borer
Kathleen Knight, Research Ecologist, USDA Forest Service, Delaware, OH
3/4/2020 Play Webinar

The results of 14 years of monitoring ash mortality and forest ecosystems in Ohio and Pennsylvania show how EAB has impacted these landscapes. Rare “lingering” ash trees have been identified and studied to understand long-term survival prospects for ash. Integrated pest management strategies, including breeding of ash trees with tolerance to EAB, show promise in management of EAB.

Is This the End for American Beech?
David Burke and Daniel Volk
2/26/2020 Play Webinar

Replanting After a Crisis: Worcester’s Recovery from Asian Longhorned Beetle

Ruth Seward, Worcester Tree Initiative

3/5/19

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Update on Ticks: Diseases and Prevention

Tim McDermott, Extension Educator, Franklin County, OH

2/12/19

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Gypsy moth: past, present, future

David Adkins, Ohio Dept. of Ag.

9/27/18

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The State of Spotted Lanternfly

Heather Leach, Penn State University

9/13/18

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Hemlock Woolly Adelgid and Biocontrol Efforts

Mark Whitmore, Cornell University, Forest Entomologist

3/8/18

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Recognizing and Reporting Exotic Forest Insects

Cliff Sadof, Purdue University, Entomologist

3/1/18

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Thousand Cankers Disease: Threatening the Nation’s Walnut Trees

Matthew Ginzel, Purdue University

10/19/17

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Biology, Ecology and Management of Ambrosia Beetle Vectors and their Diseases

Chris Ranger, USDA ARS Horticultural Insects Research Lab, Wooster, OH

3/7/17

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Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in Michigan

John Bedford, Michigan Dept. of Agriculture and Rural Development

3/2/17

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How Tree Choice Can Cause the Next Invasive Species Disaste

John Ball, South Dakota State University

11/15/16

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Beech Bark Disease: Efforts to look for and cultivate Host Plant Resistance

Jennifer Koch and Paul Berrang, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station

1/28/16

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Walnut Twig Beetle & Thousand Cankers Update

Matt Ginzel, Purdue University

10/29/15

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Invasive Species? We have an APP for THAT!!

Joe LaForest, IPM and Forest Health Coordinator, University of Georgia

4/9/15

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Asian Longhorned Beetle: Update from Ohio

Joe Boggs, Ohio State University Cooperative Extension

2/19/15

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Using Semiochemicals to Detect and Monitor Invasive Ambrosia Beetle in Hardwood Forests

Matt Ginzel, PhD, from Purdue University

4/24/14

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Invasions by Non-native Insect Pests and Arboriculture

Mike Raupp, University of Maryland

Additional information:

9/26/13

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Diagnosing Thousand Cankers Disease

Ned Tisserat, Colorado State University

Additional information:

5/19/11

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Viburnum Leaf Beetle

Curtis Young, the Ohio State University

Additional information:

4/21/11

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Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

Brad Onken, USDA Forest Service, Morgantown, W. Va.

Additional information:

3/10/11

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Overview of Invasive Forest Pests and Diseases in North America

Jodie Ellis, Purdue University

Additional information:

2/3/11

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Research related webinars
Topic Original Webinar Date Link
Responses of non-native species to climatic change and their implications for management
Sam Ward, Mississippi State University
12/3/2020 Play Webinar

The establishment and subsequent abundance of non-native species, such as introduced pests and the natural enemies imported to combat them, is in part determined by the climatic suitability of the novel habitat. For non-native species that have been established for decades, shifting climatic regimes could cause deviations from historical patterns of abundance. I will discuss some potential mechanisms for how climate change might alter host-parasitoid dynamics, using the invasion of, and importation biological program against, larch casebearer in North America as a case study.

Dicamba/2,4-D & Trees: Old Herbicides Causing New Problems
Robbie Doerhoff, Forest Entomologist, Missouri Department of Conservation
11/12/2020 Play Webinar

Dicamba and 2,4-D have traditionally been used during the early part of the growing season, when trees and other sensitive plants are still dormant. With the release of soybean varieties tolerant of these herbicides, summer applications are resulting in tree and native plant injury on a landscape level. This webinar will discuss the history of this issue and illustrate herbicide injury on trees.

Forest Invaders to Watch for and How to Manage Them Part 1: Emerald Ash Borer, Thousand Cankers Disease, and Asian Longhorned Beetle
Cliff Sadof, Carrie Tauscher, and Elizabeth Barnes (Purdue University)
4/22/2020 Play Webinar

Something chewing up your tree trunks? This webinar will cover the basics of identification and treatment of three major invasive woodborers: emerald ash borer, Asian longhorned beetle, and thousand cankers disease and the identification of their host plants.

Long-term impacts and management of emerald ash borer
Kathleen Knight, Research Ecologist, USDA Forest Service, Delaware, OH
3/4/2020 Play Webinar

The results of 14 years of monitoring ash mortality and forest ecosystems in Ohio and Pennsylvania show how EAB has impacted these landscapes. Rare “lingering” ash trees have been identified and studied to understand long-term survival prospects for ash. Integrated pest management strategies, including breeding of ash trees with tolerance to EAB, show promise in management of EAB.

Emerald Ash Borer: Perspective from a Recently Infested State

Nate Siegert, US Forest Service

4/16/19

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Update on Practical Emerald Ash Borer Management

Cliff Sadof, Purdue University

2/5/19

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Lingering Ash: EAB resistant ash trees?

Jennifer Koch, USFS

10/25/18

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Determining Impacts on Wildlife From Emerald Ash Borer Infestations of Black Ash Forests

Alexis Grinde, PhD, University of Minnesota, Duluth, Wildlife Biologist

3/15/18

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EAB Management and Pollinator Safety

Reed Johnson, Ohio State University

10/5/17

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Chemical Control for EAB: What Works, What Doesn't Work, and Why

Cliff Sadof, Dept. of Entomology, Purdue University

Additional information:

2/21/17

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Emerald ash borer biology, ecology, management, and implications for natural and urban forest areas in the Southeast

Dr. Dan Herms, Professor and Chariperson, Department of Entomology, The Ohio State University From Sothern Regional Extension Forestry

4/20/16

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Is Firewood Still a Vector of Invasives? A Case study of Firewood Movement Through the New Hampshire Speedway

Piera Siegert, State Entomologist, New Hampshire Division of Plant Industry, Department of Agriculture

4/14/16

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Fringe Tree EAB Infestation Update

Don Cipollini, Wright State University

12/3/15

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Biological Control of EAB: Putting it into Perspective

Roy van Driesche, University of Massachusetts

11/12/15

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Manage EAB, or Manage the Forest?

Mark Abrahamson, Minn. Department of Agriculture

10/15/15

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Effects of EAB Treatment on Pollinators

Reed Johnson, Ohio Agriculture Research and Development Center

10/1/15

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Emerald Ash Borer's Latest Victim: White Fringe Tree

Don Cipollini, Wright State University

2/26/15

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EAB Management Mythbusters

Cliff Sadof, PhD, Purdue University Entomologist

10/23/14

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2014 Emerald Ash Borer Research Update

Dan Herms, PhD, from The Ohio State University

3/20/14

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EAB Biocontrol Progress and Possibilities

Juli Gould, USDA APHIS

10/10/13

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SL.owing A.sh M.ortality pilot project -- an update on the project in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Deborah McCullough, Michigan State University forest entomologist

4/25/13

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2013 EAB Research Update

Dan Herms, PhD, professor and chairperson of the Dept. of Entomology at the Ohio State University, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center

3/21/13

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Impacts of EAB on Forests

Kathleen Knight, USDA Forest Service Research Ecologist in Delaware, OH

Additional information:

2/26/13

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EAB Pesticides for Professionals

Deb MCullough, Michigan State University

3/24/11

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Ecological Impacts of EAB

Kevin Rice and Wendy Klooster, Ohio State University/ OH Ag. Research and Dev. Center

Additional information:

4/7/11

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Pesticides and Biocontrol to Manage EAB

12/3/09

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Planning
Topic Original Webinar Date Link
Lessons Learned from a Test of an Emerald Ash Borer Urban SLAM Program
Cliff Sadof, Dept. of Entomology, Purdue University
11/5/2020 Play Webinar

Urban SLAM, or Slowed Ash Mortality, is an approach to managing emerald ash borer with fewer pesticides. Although this approach has been tested rigorously in the rural forests, operational tests of this approach are lacking in urban forests. In this webinar I will review the result of a six-year study that shows how the starting condition of the forest, ash species composition, density of trees, and choice of pesticide can influence the outcome of this approach.

Planning and Timing are Critical for Saving Your Urban Ash Forest From EAB

Cliff Sadof, Purdue University, Entomologist

3/28/18

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EAB for Homeowners: Basic Biology and Why You Need to Plan

Cliff Sadof, Purdue University

9/21/17

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Utilizing Community Street Tree Surveys in an Early Detection Rapid Response Program

Tivon Feeley, Forest Health Program Leader, Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources

3/14/17

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How Tree Choice Can Cause the Next Invasive Species Disaster

John Ball, South Dakota State University

11/15/16

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EAB Preparedness and the Early Years in Colorado

Kathleen Alexander, Boulder City Forester and Rob Davis Denver City Forester

3/10/16

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Staging an Urban EAB Infestation to Improve Protection and Planning Efforts

Cliff Sadof, Department of Entomology, Purdue University

2/25/16

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Setting EAB Management Priorities in Maryland

Ann Hairston Strang, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Forest Service

2/11/16

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Developing EAB and Ash Management Plans for PA

Donald A. Eggen, Forest Health Manager, Pennsylvania DCNR, Bureau of Forestry

3/19/15

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In Defense of Urban Forestry

Lindsey Purcell, Urban Forest Specialist, from Purdue University

Additional information:

5/8/14

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Building an EAB Management Program From the Ground Up: Milwaukee's Perspective

Randy Krouse, City of Milwaukee

11/7/13

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Fall is for EAB Planning

Cliff Sadof, Purdue University

9/11/12

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Spring Tune Up on EAB

Cliff Sadof, Purdue University

5/24/12

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Preparing for EAB in Community Urban Forests

Amy Stone, Ohio State University Extension Educator, Toledo, OH

Additional information:

4/14/11

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Community Action
Topic Original Webinar Date Link

Resources for Jumpstarting Outreach on Invasive Species

Leigh Greenwood, The Nature Conservancy

2/22/18

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EAB for Homeowners: Managing EAB, Individuals to Neighborhoods

Cliff Sadof, Purdue University

9/28/17

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Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

Jill Johnson, Midwest Forestry Coordinator, USDA Forest Service

9/17/15

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The History of EAB in New York State and Community Responses

Mark Whitmore, PhD, Cornell University Forest Entomologist

12/18/14

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Save Money and Ash Trees Through Organizing Neighborhoods: Theory and Case Studies

Adam Witte, Exotic Forest Pest Educator, from Purdue University

4/10/14

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“Neighbors Against Bad Bugs” volunteer group

Jodie Ellis, Purdue University

Additional information:

  1. All NABB material can be downloaded at: www.eabindiana.info.
    • All NABB material can be adapted for other States provided the Purdue logo is displayed somewhere on the revised item.
  2. The Purdue Self-Study Program for Master Gardeners
    • If you are interested in adapting this module for your state’s program, contact Jodie Ellis at ellisj@purdue.edu
  3. Read the Emerald Ash Borer Management statement for the Coalition for Urban Ash Tree Conservation

5/12/11

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EAB for Homeowners

Jodie Ellis, Purdue University

Additional information:

2/24/2011

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2010 EAB Awareness Week: Ways to Get The Word Out

4/8/10

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Regulatory related webinars
Topic Original Webinar Date Link

US Regulatory Measures to Control Invasives and Limit Introductions using the Case Study of ALB in Massachusetts

Clint McFarland, USDA APHIS Federal Project Manager, Asian Longhorned Beetle Eradication Program-Massachusetts

10/24/13

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Regulatory Issues About EAB

3/4/10

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After EAB related webinars
Topic Original Webinar Date Link

Dead Ash Dangers and Considerations for Risk and Removal

Timothy Walsh, The Davey Tree Expert Company

4/2/19

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Managing ash trees post-emerald ash borer

Duke Energy

10/11/18

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Wood Utilization Post-Emerald Ash Borer: An Update

Jessica Simons, SE Michigan Resource Conservation and Development

3/22/18

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After EAB: Encouraging Regrowth of a Healthy Forest

Kathy Smith, Ohio State University

10/12/17

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Characteristics of Trees Used to Replace Ash

Bob Schutzki, Michigan State University

11/8/16

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Update of EAB Woodland Population and Damage Dynamics

Kathleen Knight, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station

3/24/16

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Wood Utilization Options for Urban Trees Infested by Invasive Species

Brian Brashaw, Director of the Wood Materials and Engineering Program at the Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota Duluth; and Robert Ross, Project Leader at the USDA Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WI

12/4/14

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What Happens After Ash Is Gone? Planning Diversity

4/1/10

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Utilization of Ash in the Wake of EAB

2/4/10

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Woodlot management related webinars
Topic Original Webinar Date Link

Practical Woodlot Management Before, During and After EAB

Lenny Farley, Purdue University Extension Forestry Specialist

11/6/14

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Economic Impact and Management of EAB in Woodlots, Classic Wood Utilization

Eric McConnell, The Ohio State University

12/5/13

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Woodland Management

Kathy Smith, the Ohio State University

1/6/11

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Emerald Ash Borer University is a collaborative effort of:

U.S. Forest Service Michigan State University The Ohio State University Purdue University

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