October 29, 2020 the State of Nebraska rescinded their local EAB quarantine
On June 6, 2016, Emerald Ash Borer was confirmed in Nebraska.
- Press Release - June 8, 2016
- Nebraska Forest Service - EAB Website
- Quarantine Map - June 13, 2016
- Guidelines for Nebraska Homeowners - October 2012
- Selecting Trees for Emerald Ash Borer Treatments - June 2015
- EAB Treatment Options for Nebraska - 2014
- Misconceptions Regarding EAB - May 2015
- Decline in Ash Trees: Borers and Bark Beetles - 2014
- Decline in Ash Trees: Diseases and Environmental Stresses - 2014
- Ash Tree Identification - June 2015
- EAB Community Readiness - 2014
- EAB Look-alikes
- Nebraska EAB Response Plan - May 2015
- Key Points and Recommendations - May 2015
- Nebraska Department of Agriculture - EAB Website
- ReTree for Nebraska's "Good Trees for the Good Life"
To promote species diversity, ReTree Nebraska has chosen a select group of preferred species that perform well in Nebraska but aren't widely planted. ReTree Nebraska's Good Trees for the Good Life helps individuals choose the right tree for their landscape while improving the species diversity and vitality of Nebraska's community forests.
- In Nebraska, if you suspect you may have EAB in your ash trees, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (402) 471-2351 or the national EAB hotline at (866) 322-4512.