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“Adirondacks waits as invading insects get closer,” The Sun[...]

Tim Rowland, October 8, 2020 Two insidious invasive insect species now stand poised at the Adirondacks’ southern a[...]
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“Boat stewards report successful season and other invasives updates,” Adiro[...]

The boating season may have unofficially ended Labor Day weekend, but New York State’s Watercraft Inspection Steward program contin[...]
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“Don’t move firewood when camping, DEC warns,” Adirondack Daily Enterprise[...]

 “Don’t move firewood when camping, DEC warns,” Adirondack Daily Enterprise October 2[...]
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“DEC and Partners Announce Effort to Prevent Spread of Hemlock Wooly Adelgi[...]

“DEC and Partners Announce Effort to Prevent Spread of Hemlock Wooly Adelgid,” DEC Septe[...]
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“Hemlock woolly adelgid found on nearly 250 acres along Lake George,” Adiro[...]

“Hemlock woolly adelgid found on nearly 250 acres along Lake George,” Adirondack Explorer [...]
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“Warren County survey shows emerald ash borer infestation has likely spread[...]

Gwendolyn Craig, August 28, 2020 It appears more than just a few ash trees at the Warren County boat launch in Ch[...]
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“Environmental threats get closer,” Mountain Lake PBS[...]

Not one, but two potentially destructive, invasive pests, are discovered in the Adirondack Park. Tom Colarusso with the USDA talks about [...]
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“Biological Control for Japanese Knotweed tested in New York,” Adirondack A[...]

After extensive testing and review by federal agencies, in March of this year, an insect native to Japan called the knotweed psyllid (Aph[...]
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