Waterloo & Collinsville viewing of History of Forest Pest Outbreaks in North America Webinar

North America has a history of exotic pests that extirpate individual tree species, with Emerald Ash Borer serving as our modern example. In our current, ever-globalizing society there is significant risk for future outbreaks that may impact our trees from the urban forest to our woodlands. Join University of Illinois Extension Horticulture Educator Ryan Pankau as he examines past outbreaks on our continent to compare what we have learned historically with the current pests threatening our native trees.

This program will be held in the Waterloo and Collinsville offices.
There is no cost to attend. All participants will receive a black/white handout.

Pre registration required, if the minimum amount of registrations are not received the program will be cancelled.

To attend in Waterloo: 939-3434 or to attend in Collinsville 344-4230.

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