Manitoba municipalities urged to prepare for ash borer
A street scene in Toledo, Ohio, photographed three years apart. Top photo shows trees at the time of the ash borer's arrival. Bottom image depicts the damage after only three years.
June 8, 2018 – Municipalities in Manitoba are being urged to prepare for the coming of the emerald ash borer. Now that the destructive insect has been found in Winnipeg, calls are being made throughout the province to take the threat seriously.
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