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Planning an epic #roadtrip this summer? Take our advice- don't take #firewood along for the ride. http://ow.ly/NBvMN
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Today is a great day to learn how to identify the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB or #ALHB). Pls share and RT! http://ow.ly/Nvran
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Roadtripping this weekend? Say YES to our coloring sheets for kids, NO to transporting #firewood long distances. http://ow.ly/Nfvub
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Celebrate #EAB Awareness Week right now by sharing this short video on how to identify emerald ash borer. http://ow.ly/N8NVi
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Excited for #EAB week? Get your last minute @emeraldashborer awareness materials at our toolkit http://ow.ly/N5BIz
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Webinar alert! "The Guests That Won't Leave: How States Are Dealing with #InvasiveSpecies" May 15, 1pm Eastern http://ow.ly/MSvmc
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#NationalTrailsDay is June 6th- celebrating with a #camping trip? Buy #firewood on site, or gather it when permitted. @americanhiking
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Kudos for a great #MemorialDayWeekend press release! Don't move #firewood into or around Connecticut. http://ow.ly/Nis9g
DEEP and Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Remind Connecticut Campers and Vacationers To Leave Firewood at Home this Memorial Day Weekend Abstract: With the start of the summer travel and camping season this Memorial Day Weekend, Connecticut residents are being asked to help prevent the introduction and spread of destructive wood pests, like the Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB), by buying and burning firewood near their vacation or campin...
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Take this one step to protect trees: don't move #firewood this Memorial Day weekend! http://ow.ly/NcmlV
You can help. You can tell everyone-- your friends, your family, your neighbors -- don’t move firewood.
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Webinar TODAY "The Guests That Won't Leave: How States Are Dealing with #InvasiveSpecies" Tune in at 1pm Eastern http://ow.ly/MSvmc
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Looking at another weekend of yard work? Preventing the spread of #forestpests on yard waste with these tips! http://ow.ly/MhYmm
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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.