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State Forestry Updates

  • Colorado Battling Tussock Moth
    In Colorado, black-tusked tussock moths have spread across 25,000 acres in the last year from the 2014...
  • Study about Historical Fire Records Can...
    University of Missouri researchers have studied tree rings in Oklahoma and Tennessee to determine the...
  • USDA Surveying for Asian Gypsy Moths in...
    The USDA has reported a discovery of the invasive Asian gypsy moth (AGM) in each of the last two...
  • Record 66 Million Trees Dead in Southern...
    The U.S. Forest Service announced that it has identified an additional 26 million trees dead in...
  • Northeast Peach Crop Damaged by Cold
    Low temperatures in February and March decimated the Northeast’s 2016 peach crop. It is estimated...
  • Tree Mortality Poses Wildfire Threat in...
    The impacts of the last three years of drought are finally manifesting themselves throughout the Pacific...