Ash trees across the nation are being threatened by a foreign invader and area citizens can learn how they can slow the spread of this scourge on local forests.

Ash trees across the nation are being threatened by a foreign invader and area citizens can learn how they can slow the spread of this scourge on local forests.
The discovery last fall of emerald ash borer (EAB) near Grove, Okla. raised grave concerns for the Missouri Department of Conservation. To identify those concerns, a special program will be presented by MDC at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb 7 in the New-Mac Electric Coop Meeting Room, 9 Mustang Drive, Anderson, will discuss the problems caused by this destructive tree pest.

Read the complete story in the Jan. 29 print edition of the Neosho Daily News.