Dealing with the emerald ash borer
The emerald ash borer, a native beetle to north-eastern Asia, is an invasive one in the United States, and it’s finally worked its way into Nebraska. The beetle larvae feast on the inner bark of ash trees, eventually killing it by cutting off the tree’s ability to transport water and nutrients. Find out what property-owners can do to manage the pest.
Basics of tree care
What tree should you plant in your yard? And how do you care for it? Proper planting and proper care are essential to growing healthy trees, which provide benefits to you, your neighborhood, your community and your state. Find out everything you need to know to manage the trees on your property.
More tree care resources
Our partners with the Nebraska Forest Service provide a plethora of resources on tree care, trees to plant, and even community wildfire protection for the community.