[ANR.EABInfestedAreaMap] Test: EAB Listserv

Fitzko, Danielle Danielle.Fitzko at vermont.gov
Wed Sep 5 10:37:11 EDT 2018


Dear Forest Health Partner -
You have been added to an automatic notification system to alert you when an updated has been made to the Emerald Ash Borer Infested Area Map<http://vtanr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/PublicInformation/index.html?appid=cfda013ad1464b7b9103a3d7806f0cc5> or other important information relating to EAB in Vermont. An update to the map<http://vtanr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/PublicInformation/index.html?appid=cfda013ad1464b7b9103a3d7806f0cc5> was made on 9/4/2018.
Moving any infested material, especially ash firewood, logs, and pruning debris, can quickly expand the infestation of EAB. It is important that we work together and follow the 'slow the spread<https://vtinvasives.org/land/emerald-ash-borer-vermont/slow-spread-of-eab>' recommendations that protect the health of Vermont's forests.
If you do not want to receive automatic notifications of the expansion of Vermont's EAB infested area or EAB news, unsubscribe here<https://list.vermont.gov/mailman/listinfo/anr.eabinfestedareamap>.
Learn more about EAB in Vermont.<http://www.vtinvasives.org/eab>


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