Emerald ash borer has made its way to Colorado

Tom Ziola examines one of several ash trees at Sherwood Park. The emerald ash borer that attacks the trees has appeared in Colorado, the parks supervisor for the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department said.



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Tom Ziola examines one of several ash trees at Sherwood Park. The emerald ash borer that attacks the trees has appeared in Colorado, the parks supervisor for the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department said.

Yes, it’s true. Enemy No. 1 in the tree world is living here in Colorado. Officials confirmed that the emerald ash borer, the most destructive pest to enter our state in recent years,…




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