Help us manage the Emerald Ash Borer in our Ash Trees

A little green jewel-like beetle, the Emerald Ash Borer [EAB] has arrived in Hopewell Valley and its effects will be devastating. EAB threatens the entire North American Fraxinus (Ash) genus.

Do you have Ash Trees? Watch the video HERE and read about how to identify an ash tree HERE.

As a community we need to be proactive in the fight to keep our ash trees. Ash trees are an important native tree in our Valley and are found in the forests and yards of our neighbors, and on our roads and streets.

Be proactive in the fight to preserve and protect the ash trees in our community by first helping get them identified. Mark your ash trees on the map below, and learn what you can do in the fight to preserve and protect this distinctive American tree by reviewing our document library.

Trees add value to properties and are a well-documented environmental benefit, sequestering carbon dioxide, putting oxygen into the air, controlling runoff and reducing energy bills by shading our homes. They serve as home and food source to countless species of birds and insects. They help define our sense of place, shade our families and are landmarks of our history.

Join us in protecting our ash trees today!



A little green jewel-like beetle, the Emerald Ash Borer [EAB] has arrived in Hopewell Valley and its effects will be devastating. EAB threatens the entire North American Fraxinus (Ash) genus.

Do you have Ash Trees? Watch the video HERE and read about how to identify an ash tree HERE.

As a community we need to be proactive in the fight to keep our ash trees. Ash trees are an important native tree in our Valley and are found in the forests and yards of our neighbors, and on our roads and streets.

Be proactive in the fight to preserve and protect the ash trees in our community by first helping get them identified. Mark your ash trees on the map below, and learn what you can do in the fight to preserve and protect this distinctive American tree by reviewing our document library.

Trees add value to properties and are a well-documented environmental benefit, sequestering carbon dioxide, putting oxygen into the air, controlling runoff and reducing energy bills by shading our homes. They serve as home and food source to countless species of birds and insects. They help define our sense of place, shade our families and are landmarks of our history.

Join us in protecting our ash trees today!



How many ash trees do you have on your property?

1 - 5
42%
6 - 10
17%
Over 10
25%
I don't have any ash trees
0%
I don't know
17%
Total Votes : 12
Vote