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Note to Tennesseans:  the emerald ash borer has been found near a truck stop in Knoxville, TN.  chekc the blog posting on the main American Grove page.

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It's a bad day for Tennessee.
We (Woodland Tree Service and Wes Hopper) are trying to get ahead of the curve on this in the West Tennessee area here and anyone that's interested is welcome to join up. Having done my formative forestry work in Indiana, Wisconsin and the upper Midwest in general, I've seen first hand the devastation these little buggers can cause. I know our ash population may not b e as high as in other areas of Tennessee, but we still have some that are pretty great and anything we can do to save them is what we'll be doing.
Feel free to check in with Shaw Posey at the Agri-center for updates as well (and nudge him to join the grove).



Emil Peter said:
We (Woodland Tree Service and Wes Hopper) are trying to get ahead of the curve on this in the West Tennessee area here and anyone that's interested is welcome to join up. Having done my formative forestry work in Indiana, Wisconsin and the upper Midwest in general, I've seen first hand the devastation these little buggers can cause. I know our ash population may not b e as high as in other areas of Tennessee, but we still have some that are pretty great and anything we can do to save them is what we'll be doing.
I'll bug him...no pun intended...

Bruce Webster said:
Feel free to check in with Shaw Posey at the Agri-center for updates as well (and nudge him to join the grove).

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