The Minnesota Department of Agriculture, with help from partner agencies, has published a comprehensive document on methods for managing emerald ash borer (EAB). It provides communities and other entities responsible for managing ash trees in landscaped areas with guidelines for slowing the growth and spread of EAB into new areas of Minnesota not yet infested. Included in the document are strategies for communities that aren't currently known to be infested, communities where EAB is a recent arrival and those that are heavily infested.
Minnesota Tree Care Registry
All companies and persons that provide tree care or tree trimming services and/or who remove trees, limbs, branches, brush or shrubs for hire must register with Minnesota's Tree Care Registry. This includes public, private, and government entities. Only one registration is required for each company or franchise; branch locations should be listed on the registration.
Community Forestry Initiative from Climate Impact Corps (AmeriCorps)
Learn about a new opportunity to host a Community Forestry member in your community to help with things like tree inventory, tree planting, gravel bed nursery design/construction, and emerald ash borer management plan development. Visit Climate Impact Corps Community Forestry Initiative for more information and look over the Guide to Partnering with Climate Impact Corps.
General EAB Resources
Online Video Resources
Resources for Insecticide Use
Outreach Material Available Upon Request
Material Available for Request in Hard Copies
Wallet sized EAB identification cards (waterproof)
Loan Materials Available for Use at Events
EAB shadow box display
EAB table top display
EAB wood sample with gallery
EAB adults and larvae in vials
How to Report EAB
You can report EAB to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture several ways.