Emerald Ash Borer Program March 20, 2012, Dru Sabatello
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Slides from Emerald Ash Borer Program held at Arlington Heights Memorial Library on March 20, 2012 by Dru Sabatello, Village Forrester.

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Emerald Ash Borer Program March 20, 2012, Dru Sabatello Emerald Ash Borer Program March 20, 2012, Dru Sabatello Presentation Transcript

  • Emerald Ash Borer in Arlington Heights Dru Sabatello Village Forester
  • Unique Situations Every town has different variables Funding Political issues Size Resources Urban forest # of ash trees There is not one correct answer
  • Pictures After BeforeFort Wayne, Indiana
  • Continued….Ash trees before removal Same street 2 years later
  • Treatment Options Trunk Spray SoilInjection Trunk Injection
  • People’s Choice Program Residents have choice to treat or not to treat their parkway ash tree(s) at their own expense Residents should select vendors based on the following criteria: Required by law to be insured and possess a Pesticide License Suggested to employ Certified Arborists and be in business at least 5 years Forestry Unit will work closely with program participants
  • People’s Choice Program (cont.) Please notify the Forestry Unit if you are treating your parkway ash tree Arlington Heights Forestry Unit 847-368-5848 EAB Mailbox eab@vah.com Call Forestry to see if you have a parkway ash tree or check out the Village-wide Ash map on www.vah.com We are here to help you!!! Please call us with questions
  • Ribbons Forestry Unit has been putting up ribbons (green & pink) on parkway ash trees Only for awareness and identification purposes Does not mean those trees will be removed or that they are infested
  • GIS Maps
  • Forestry Unit
  • Viability Treatment may not be recommended if: Tree has more than 50% canopy loss 2 or more signs/symptoms of EAB are present Tree is deemed hazardous Non-EAB related issues Poor structure Storm damage This is a subjective decision so opinions may vary!
  • TreatmentNotification Form Available online http://www.vah.com/ departments/public_w orks/default.aspx Fill out after tree(s) treated and return to Public Works Building or email to eab@vah.com
  • Additional Resources Village of Arlington Heights Forestry Unit http://www.vah.com/ Illinois Department of Agriculture http://www.agr.state.il.us/eab/index.php Emerald Ash Borer Information Website http://emeraldashborer.info/ Arlington Heights Forestry Unit 847-368-5848 EAB Mailbox eab@vah.com