Maine broadens restrictions to curb spread of forest pests

An emerald ash borer. Courtesy of the University of Maine

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Maine forestry officials are broadening restrictions about the movement of some wood and forest products to try to stop the spread of a pair of invasive pests.

The new rules are designed to halt the spread of the emerald ash borer and hemlock woolly adelgid. The pests can cause damage to the state’s forests.


Source: Bangor Daily News


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