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Cooperative Extension Noted in Report on Ash Borer

In a report on the advance of the emerald ash borer beetle in New England, the Portland Press Herald noted University of Maine Cooperative Extension information about the impact of the ash tree in Maine. The fruit of the ash tree provides food for animals such as quail, wild turkey, grouse, grosbeaks and other songbirds, while young twigs and leaves provide vegetation for deer and moose, according to the UMaine Extension materials.

Contact: Jessica Bloch, (207) 581-3777

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