If emerald ash borer is found, window to treat Denver ash trees is limited

  • June 1, 2016

DENVER (Your City Now) — Denver City Forester Rob Davis spoke with Denver 8 TV on the value of ash trees in the Mile High City, and the impact the emerald ash borer (EAB) could have on them. “Once EAB shows up in a city, usually it’s a 10-year period before all the ash trees that are not protected will die,” Davis said. “But trees that are protected will live — as long as somebody treats them.”

City prepares Denver residents to battle destructive emerald ash borer

  • May 12, 2016
Mayor Michael B. Hancock urges Denver residents to "Be A Smart Ash" and join the city in saving Denver's ash tree population from Emerald Ash Borer infestation.

Mayor Michael B. Hancock urges Denver residents to “Be A Smart Ash” and join the city in saving Denver’s ash tree population from Emerald Ash Borer infestation.

DENVER — Denver’s City Forester is encouraging Denver residents to embrace their inner Smart Ash and join the Be A Smart Ash movement, a campaign launched May 2 in preparation for the inevitable arrival of the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), a metallic-green insect that destroys ash trees.

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Barrenador esmeralda amenaza los fresnos de Denver

  • May 11, 2016

(TELEMUNDO DENVER) — La Oficina de Silvicultura de Denver está pidiendo a las personas que viven en la ciudad que ayuden a mantener a sus fresnos frescos y saludables. La Ciudad de Denver lanzó el 4 de mayo la campaña “Estar fresco con un fresno” para motivar a los residentes a proteger el bosque urbano de Denver. Pulsa aquí para saber más