emerald ash borer
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Forestry officials in Waukesha, Muskego and New Berlin confirmed the unwanted arrival of the emerald ash borer in 2012 or later.
None have died from the emerald ash borer, although three have died from natural causes.
But now an invasive beetle called the emerald ash borer threatens the existence of the trees that people have been depending upon for thousands of years.
The surviving members of Peter, Paul and Mary alone have rid swaths of the country of the destructive emerald ash borer.
The emerald ash borer has no natural predators, and ash species in North America have no defense against it.
The town received 20 trees through a reforestation grant from the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission for recovery from trees lost to the emerald ash borer, Bugajski said.
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