What you need to know about emerald ash borer. @ Living Prairie Museum, Winnipeg [13 March]

What you need to know about emerald ash borer.

19:00 - 20:30

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Living Prairie Museum
2795 Ness Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3J 3S4
Join us for the last session of the Friends of the Living Prairie Museum annual Winter Speaker Series!

Space is limited, so please call in advance to reserve your seat, even if you join this event. 204-832-0167.

Reservations are accepted two weeks prior to the talk. Friends of the Living Prairie Museum members may register for any date.

Admission by donation.

Marth Barwinsky, City Forester

Since the 2002 discovery of emerald ash borer (EAB) in North America, millions of hectares of ash trees have been decimated in the United States, Ontario and Quebec. EAB poses a significant threat to Winnipeg’s urban forest and will result in a substantial change to our urban forest cover. Winnipeg is home to over 350,000 ash trees and over 30% of the city’s public urban canopy is comprised of ash. Learn what you need to know about EAB, how the City of Winnipeg will respond to the new presence of EAB, and what can be done to slow the mortality of the city’s ash population.
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