Report Your Findings
You can report your findings online or contact your State’s Cooperative ALB Eradication Program directly at:
- (732) 815-4700
What’s At Stake?
Shade Trees: New Jersey’s urban forest provides shade in communities throughout the state.
Hardwood Forest: The Appalachian forest region within the state and in states nearby. Major tree species includes poplar, maples, and ash – trees the beetle attacks!
Forest Resources: Trees that provide wildlife habitat, watershed protection, and outdoor recreation.
- USDA Prepares to Issue An Environmental Impact Statement for the National ALB Eradication Program
- New Jersey Declares Itself Free From Devastating Tree-Killing Pest
- Not All Downed Trees From Hurricane Sandy Make Legal Firewood
- Department of Agriculture Urges Caution in Sandy Clean-up for Those in Middlesex/Union Counties
There are no eradication program public meetings planned at this time.