New finds of emerald ash borer in Wisconsin

Written by: Linda Williams, forest health specialist, Woodruff. Linda.Williams@wisconsin.gov, 715-356-5211 x232

Emerald ash borer (EAB) continues to be found in new areas in Wisconsin, where EAB is tracked at the municipality and township levels. Recently, the insect was found for the first time in Eau Claire County, and there were additional finds in Dane, Dodge and Door counties where EAB is already established.

ounties shaded in tan are quarantined for EAB; this includes much of the southern half of  Wisconsin as well as other counties. Areas shaded in green represent the townships and municipalities where EAB has actually been identified, and show that not all counties that are quarantined are fully infested.

EAB quarantine map: counties shaded in tan are quarantined for EAB, green areas within counties depict townships and municipalities where EAB has been confirmed.

 

 

 

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