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  1. 65% Hungry Caterpillars Chow Down On State's Trees
    Date: July 20, 2007
    Source: The Star-Ledger

    "Gypsy moth caterpillars this spring took their biggest bite out of New Jersey trees in nearly two decades, state officials said yesterday. The die-hard caterpillars chomped on 320,610 acres of trees, according to an aerial survey conducted by the Department of Agriculture."

  2. 65% Recycling Ash Trees
    Date: July 23, 2007
    Source: WTVG-TV Toledo

    "Ash trees invaded by the tree-killing beetles still have value. They are being recycled into useful products as cities try to get rid of the millions of trees killed by the Ash Borer."

  3. 65% Hungry Tree-munching Foreign Insects Likely Will Be Chewing On Berks Greenery
    Date: July 26, 2007
    Source: Reading Eagle

    "They hide in wood packing material and sneak into the United States aboard cargo ships and airplanes. Insects. “It’s a free-trade and global economy and it comes with all the pests as well,” said Sven-Erik Spichiger, entomologist who specializes in beetles for the state Department of Agriculture."

  4. 65% After Devastating Ash Trees In Michigan, Beetle Moves East
    Date: July 31, 2007
    Source: Adirondack Daily Enterprise

    "SARANAC LAKE — A tiny, metallic green tree-killer has wreaked havoc in ash groves around the Great Lakes, and it’s headed our way."

  5. 65% Ash Trees Face Dire Threat
    Date: August 13, 2007
    Source: The Morning Call

    "Borer beetle from Asia has struck in western part of state. Its effect is devastating. In a hedgerow behind an elementary school, state entomologist Sven-Erik Spichiger works a screwdriver into the trunk of a dying ash tree, peels away a foot-long strip of bark and reveals something oddly beautiful yet ultimately horrific in the wood beneath: a network of S-shaped galleries, representing the ..."

  6. 65% Replacing Neglect With Peach Trees
    Date: September 01, 2007
    Source: New York Times

    "Building on local tradition, the Philly Orchard Project?s leaders hope to emulate longstanding urban orchard projects in other American cities."

  7. 65% Pine Tree Pest Is Discovered In Vermont
    Date: September 06, 2007
    Source: The San Luis Obispo Tribune

    "A wood-boring insect seen as a serious threat to pine trees has been found in Vermont. The Sirex Woodwasp was captured in a trap in Lamoille County on Aug. 31. "This is the first state record of the Sirex Woodwasp in Vermont, and at this time we do not believe the Sirex Woodwasp has become established here," said state Agency of Agriculture entomologist Jon Turmel. "It's been on our watch-list ..."

  8. 65% Pine Tree Pest Is Discovered In Vermont
    Date: September 10, 2007
    Source: KTHV Little Rock

    "MONTPELIER, Vt. - A wood-boring insect seen as a serious threat to pine trees has been found in Vermont. The Sirex Woodwasp was captured in a trap in Lamoille County on Aug. 31."

  9. 65% Tree Pest Found In W.va.
    Date: October 19, 2007
    Source: AP via Yahoo! Finance

    " The long-feared invasion of West Virginia by a destructive beetle has begun, according to state agriculture officials. The emerald ash borer, a half-inch long beetle that's native to China, has been found in Fayette County, Commissioner of Agriculture Gus Douglass said Friday."

  10. 65% More Than 1,000 Trees To Be Removed For Ash Borer Survey
    Date: November 13, 2007
    Source: Wausau Daily Herald

    "MADISON The winter survey for the emerald ash borer (EAB) in Wisconsin is about to begin, with crews gearing up to sample ash trees in 44 counties, including Marathon."

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