(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
(CBS4) — An insect threatening to kill hundreds of trees in Colorado has gotten the attention of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, who wants to get ahead of the problem. “The city’s strategy is to educate our residents,” said Denver City Forester Rob Davis. Click here to learn more
(9NEWS) — Denver is facing an invasion that could change the look and feel of the city. The Emerald Ash Borer is already in Colorado, and now the city is warning it could take out swaths of the city’s ash trees. Click here to learn more
(FOX31) — Hundreds of thousands of trees in Denver could face devastation from a bug that has already destroyed millions of trees in 25 other states. The emerald ash borer has already shown up in Boulder and it’s expected in Denver any time now. Click here to learn more
(DENVER POST) — While Denver braces for the arrival of the emerald ash borer, a metallic green flying insect that destroys ash trees, city officials have asked for the public’s help in identifying and dealing with this threat to the urban forest. Click here to learn more
(BOULDER DAILY CAMERA) — An exotic pest that has damaged trees in Boulder is expected to spread to metro Denver and could cost millions of dollars, according to a new report on the health of Colorado’s forests. Click here to learn more
(LONGMONT TIMES-CALL) — Officials are advising private Boulder County property owners cleaning up after the snowstorm that they’ll violate an emerald ash borer quarantine if they or their contractors take any ash tree wood outside the county. Click here to learn more.
(WASH PARK PROFILE) — Just when we thought the West’s reeling forests could not endure, an exotic pest that has damaged trees in Boulder is expected to spread to metro Denver and could costs millions of dollars. Click here to learn more.