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Read the Emerald Ash Borer Management Statement for the Coalition for Urban Ash Tree Conservation (January 6, 2011)

Watch "Little Things Big Problems EAB", a new video about EAB and its damage!

See video of damage from EAB in Indianapolis

Governor Daniels declares May 22-28, 2011 as EAB Awareness Week in Indiana
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Meet Woody the Emerald Ash Borer (Video fun!)

Become a Part of the Solution at Don't Move Firewood>

Nov. 4th Webinar presentation: "Neighbors Against Bad Bugs: Preparing for EAB On a Shoestring Budget"
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New USDA Firewood Campaign
   •Radio ads
   •Poster
   •Make A Promise

Indiana Rule for the EAB Quarantine
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Purple panel trap detects emerald ash borer near Louisville
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Purple traps to detect emerald ash borer
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Join a national effort to protect US forest by taking a pledge not to move firewood
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USDA announces additional funding for emerald ash borer
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Eighteen County Quarantine in Illinois in Effect
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Emerald ash borer now a problem in two more counties
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The Weekly Special Show of WTIU Public Television
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Watch an informational meeting about EAB
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Insecticide Options for Protecting Ash Trees from Emerald Ash Borer and Their Effectiveness (PDF)
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Assist the NRCS-Plant Materials Program with collection of seeds from native ash trees to store for future use.
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EAB and Firewood Movement (PDF)
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Information on EAB Quarantines in Indiana (PDF)
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