Why it's important to address Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, and how to do it
A great presentation by CCE and SLA last week. If you have hemlocks check to see if they have Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA). If they do, here are some resources to help you address this big problem.
Here are some resources from our speakers:
List of treatment professionals: https://skaneateleslake.org/SLA/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/NYSDEC-Catergory-2-Businesses-HWA-Updated-12-14-22-1.pdf
You can also use the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation’s portal to search for treatment professionals (search under “2-Forests”): www.dec.ny.gov/nyspad/?2.
Environmental Risks to Arthropods from Imidacloprid Applications for Hemlock Conservation paper
Contact information for the presenters:
Caroline (Carri) Marschner, Invasive Species Extension Associate, NYS Hemlock Initiative, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teresa Link, Technician with Onondaga County Soil and Water Conservation District, email: email@example.com
Frank Moses, Skaneateles Lake Association Executive Director, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Buzz Roberts, Skaneateles Lake Association Board Vice President and Invasive Species Lead, email: email@example.com