Emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) continues to be found in new areas. Regional Forest Health Updates were not sent during the 2016/2017 winter, so the list below includes new EAB finds from the last few months. Wisconsin continues to track EAB at the municipality or township level; infested areas are shown in green on the map below. If you know you have EAB please contact us with that information so we can verify the infestation and update the maps. If your area:
- is not shaded in green on the map please contact DNR or
- is not shaded at all on the map please contact DATCP.
You can reach both agencies from the menu options when you call 1-800-462-2803. EAB quarantines impact the movement of ash products and all hardwood firewood. For information on quarantine regulations check out the State and Federal Quarantines page on Wisconsin’s Emerald Ash Borer Information Source.
A graph of the Cumulative Community EAB Detections shows the number of townships and municipalities that have reported EAB in Wisconsin. 98 new municipalities and townships were added in 2016, pushing the total to more than 300 since 2007.
New county quarantines
New finds in counties already quarantined
- Brown County –villages of Ashwaubenon and Howard
- Crawford County — town of Seneca
- Dane County — towns of Deerfield and Montrose
- Door County – town of Jacksonport
- Fond du Lac County — towns of Ashford and Friendship, village of North Fond du Lac
- Green County — towns of Albany and Brooklyn, villages of Albany and New Glarus
- Iowa County — village of Cobb
- La Crosse County — town of Hamilton
- Monroe County — towns of Angelo, Byron, LaGrange, Lafayette
- Richland County — towns of Forest, Rockbridge, Silvan
- Rock County — town of Turtle
- Sheboygan County — towns of Greenbush, Herman, Lima, and Wilson, village of Waldo
- Trempealeau County — towns of Arcadia and Lincoln
- Vernon County — town of Stark
- Washington County — towns of Erin, Germantown, Wayne
- Winnebago County — town of Vinland, city of Neenah
Written by: Linda Williams, forest health specialist, Green Bay, (Linda.Williams@wisconsin.gov), 920-662-5172.