The spotted lanternfly is an invasive insect that has been found in southeastern counties in Pennsylvania. There is an on-going effort to eradicate this potential pest. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) is seeking contractors to bid on tree removal, tree herbicide application and tree insecticide application.
The spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, is an invasive insect that was first discovered in Berks County in September 2014. The insect has the potential to destroy high-value crops, including grapes, tree fruits and hardwood lumber.
Join the Central Susquehanna Woodland Owners Association for this free tour.
Please note: this webinar was moved to Wednesday, November 9 due to the election and will only be offered at noon.
The Southwestern Pennsylvania Woodland Owners host this free presentation with Gary Miller.
Learn how to get started with and increase the effectiveness of your municipal shade tree program. This workshop is geared towards shade trees commissioners, municipal representatives, and interested citizens who wish to enhance their community forest.
Join thousands of other concerned citizens like yourself. Become one of the over 4,000 trained Tree Tenders® and help increase tree canopy cover in your community.
Join us for the 3rd Biennial Forest Landowners Conference, the region’s foremost gathering of woodland owners, forest practitioners, and others interested in woodlands and the wildlife that use them.