• Eyes on the Forest

    The Eyes on the Forest project allows users to identify “sentinel” trees which they agree to inspect annually for certain signs of deterioration or infestation.

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  • Help the USDA Forest Service

    Researchers at the Northern Research Station, NRS-04, Delaware, Ohio would like to expand current efforts to screen ash trees that may be tolerant or resistant to emerald ash borer (EAB).

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Alerts / Emerging Issues

Asian Long-Horned Beetle

Asian long-horned beetles feed on several species of hardwood trees. It’s favorite host is maple. Additional preferred hosts include elm, willow, buckeye, horse chestnut and birch. Suspect beetle can be killed and preserved in regular rubbing alcohol in a liquid-proof container, or even in a container placed in a freezer. If you collect a specimen contact the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development.


MISIN Smartphone App

The MISIN smartphone app is available for both iPhone and Android devices. It provides a mobile solution for the capture of invasive species field observation data. You can play an important role in the early detection and rapid response to new invasive threats in your area by contributing invasive species observations to the MISIN database.
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