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Nov 13

Foes of the Forest: Invasive Forest Pests - Bremen

Wednesday, November 13 –

Event Time: noon-1:30pm

Bremen Library
204 Waldoboro Rd, Bremen

Invasive forest pests like emerald ash borer (EAB), hemlock woolly adelgid are already having devastating impacts on Maine’s forests; browntail moth is affecting human health as well as tree health; Asian longhorned beetles, with a large host range could be the next invaders on the horizon! On Wednesday, Nov 13 from noon-1:30pm, Hildy Ellis of Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) will present a program about these invaders at Bremen Library, 204 Waldooro Rd, Bermen ME. Using slides and an outdoor tree ID walk, this workshop will help landowners and userslearn to • identify current and potential invasive forest pests and their host species, • understand the threats to our forests and woodlands posed by these pests, • limit their spread, and • learn how to report suspected pest sightings or damage to trees that may be a result of pest infestations All participants will receive an information packet with fact sheets about the major pest species, a list of host trees that the species may be found on, how to make decisions about treatment, current quarantine information for EAB in Maine, and other relevant information. FMI and to RSVP for this free workshop, visit, contact Julie at 596-2040 or
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About Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District

893 West Street
Rockport, ME 04856

Our mission is to provide assistance in conservation of land & water resources ro our community through proactive efforts, actions & education. We offer environmental & agricultural education for children & adults; Annual Spring Plant & Compost Bin Sale, Conservation Farm Tour; Technical assistance for invasive species ID & management, erosion control & buffer plantings…and more.

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