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Bay 101: Emerald Ash Borer



August 16, 2016

The emerald ash borer is an invasive insect that is killing ash trees as it spreads across the United States. Colleen Kenny, a forester with the Maryland Forest Service, and Paula Shrewsbury, a professor at the University of Maryland, talk about the efforts being used to slow down the emerald ash borer and save ash trees—which have an important role in protecting water quality.

Produced by Will Parson
Music/Audio: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin
Special thanks to Colleen Kenny and Paula Shrewsbury

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