St. Louis 2013
More than 200 tree specialists from across seven states will gather in the St. Louis area to discuss the mass destruction the severe drought and an invasive species of beetle have caused to forests and trees throughout the Midwest at the annual conference and trade show Feb. 6 – 8. Arboriculture experts from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota will come together to discuss the effects the severe drought and the devastation the exotic emerald ash borer (EAB) has had on trees and forests across the United States.
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“There is an alarming number of Midwest communities already affected by the loss of thousands of trees from the deadly emerald ash borer and the severe drought that hung over most of the region this summer,” said Mike Sestric, MW-ISA Chapter President. “Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from our industries top professionals and researchers on how communities throughout the Midwest are dealing with these devastating effects,” Sestric added. (Read entire press release)
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