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Workshop Announcement: Learn everything #firewood in NY on May 7th. Details at http://ow.ly/LYVpO @emeraldashborer @eabwesternny
Directions to the Department of Forest Biomaterials.
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Today's #NationalParkWeek highlight is @ShenandoahNPS, whose tight #firewood regulations have been trailblazing. http://ow.ly/M1kcg
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Ever heard of oak wilt? It can spread via contaminated #firewood to oaks w/ nicked bark or pruned branches. Read more http://ow.ly/LI7Iq
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Can moving pine cones transport pests of pines? Our advice column Dear Don't Move #Firewood has got you covered. http://ow.ly/Lp8jb
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Congrats to the Canadians on their great new site, www.forestinvasives.ca/ @forestinvasives Great info on #EAB #ALHB and more in Canada!
Forest Invasives Canada: Your resource for information on invasive insects, plants and pathogens that threaten Canada’s forests
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Spring is in the air! Do you know how many red dots a #gypsymoth #caterpillar has? Find out on this great video. http://ow.ly/KQXAv
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Last day of #NationalParkWeek - today's spotlight on @AcadiaNPS for their excellent #firewood regulations. http://ow.ly/M4s68
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Today we celebrate #NationalParkWeek at @MountRainierNPS- kudos on excellent #firewood guidance for park visitors! http://ow.ly/LUIXr
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Next week is #NationalParkWeek- we'll be highlighting parks with great #firewood policies all week to celebrate! http://ow.ly/LIhHW
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Our new Buy It Where You Burn It #PSA has great information in a very short format. Don't Move #Firewood! http://ow.ly/LBvIU
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Are trees leafing out near you? Look for damage to new buds to help detect #invasives such as #wintermoth http://ow.ly/LmlQ2
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Building conversations about threats to forests from non-native insects & diseases.
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One of the most important things we can do to protect trees is stop moving invasive pests and diseases to new areas on firewood. It’s really that simple- don't move firewood, and keep trees healthy and alive. Forests are great places to play, but they also keep our air clean and our water pure. We must protect them by not moving firewood, so our kids, grandkids and great-grandkids can enjoy these amazing places like we do.