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Northern New England states fight invasive bugs
The emerald ash borer is a native of China that likely hitchhiked to the U.S. hidden in wood packing materials. It has destroyed millions of trees since being discovered in Michigan in 2002 and is now known to be in 25 states.

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Drought-empowered bug infestations killing trees in Sierra
Drought-empowered bug infestations killing trees in Sierra
Drought conditions in the Sierra Nevada are leading to bug infestations that are killing millions of trees, according to a University of California Cooperative Extension adviser.
Increased BLM logging decision overturned
Increased BLM logging decision overturned
A ruling that required increased logging on BLM property in Western oregon was overturned.
Bill to set preference for Calif. wood products irks Canada
Bill to set preference for Calif. wood products irks Canada
A bill in the California Legislature requiring state contractors to set a preference for locally grown wood products has sparked a complaint from Canadian trade officials.
Trees across Treasure Valley hit with frost damage
Terry’s Tree Service has removed more than 100 trees this season.