Combat invasive tree-killing insects and help save the environment

Report If Found

The Emerald Ash Borer is an invasive insect that attacks ash trees. It is the most destructive forest insect in North America. It has been found in more than twenty Midwestern and Eastern states and has killed tens of millions of ash trees since its initial detection in 2002. It is readily transported in hardwood firewood, ash wood products, and ash nursery stock. Early detection is critical to success and cost of management programs.


Learn the signs and symptoms associated with emerald ash borer infestation.

For more information, visit: http://www.agriculture.nh.gov/publications-forms/documents/emerald-ash-signs-symptoms.pdf or http://nhbugs.org/.


To protect your property, only purchase firewood that has been harvested locally or heat treated for pests.

Use this form to report any suspected invasive insect: http://nhbugs.org/invasive-insect-reporting-form or please contact:

NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food 

Mailing:
PO Box 2042,
Concord NH 03302 -2042 

Physical:
25 Capitol Street, Second Floor,
Concord, NH 03301
1-603-271-3551 or go to www.agriculture.nh.gov.

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