Ash borer’s destructive path has led to about 20,000 tree losses in Hamilton
Public works GM says it's an impact of climate change
January 28, 2021 By CBC News
The emerald ash borer has caused the loss of about 20,000 ash trees in Hamilton in recent years. Nine years into a 10-year plan to reduce the ash tree population, the city has been removing dying trees for public safety. The city’s general manager of public works says the situation illustrates the impact of climate change.
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