Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Management Workshops

An Ash tree on a neighborhood street damaged by the Emerald Ash Borer.
Learn more about EAB biology and its impact on ash trees, what signs and symptoms to look for when identifying EAB in the field, potential community impact of ash tree loss, importance of a tree inventory, the importance of public support and outreach efforts, and whether to treat or not to treat your ash tree resource.  The latest research on EAB management options will be presented and discussed.

 

Notes:  fees include handouts and lunch will be provided. Limit 50 (pre-registration is encouraged). CEUs will be available.

 

Course number: 
CT182
SCHEDULE AND LOCATION: 
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Locations vary
 
Section A: Wednesday, February 21
Carbondale Civic Center
200 South Illinois Avenue
Carbondale Illinois
 
Section B: Thursday, February 22
Metro East Parks and Recreation District
104 United Drive
Collinsville, Illinois
 
Section C: Friday, February 23
Ballard Nature Center
5253 US 40
Altamont, Illinois
 
Section D: Wednesday, February 28
Macomb City Hall
232 East Jefferson
Macomb, Illinois
 
FEES AND ADMISSION: 

Registration fee includes course materials and lunch.  

$10.00 members
$10.00 nonmembers
REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 

ONLINE: REGISTER NOW
(IDNR employees or to register by check, please call 630-719-2468) 
IN PERSON: Walk-in registration will be limited, check made payable to The Morton Arboretum.