Hudson, New York
Environment | Local living
17 February 2017 12:17PM
Enid Futterman-2


“As Gossips has been reporting since April 2013, the deadly emerald ash borer is active in our region, and the vast majority of the ash trees in Hudson–nineteen in all–are located along Front Street, planted as an exclusive species during Urban Renewal in the early 1970s. In 2013, the insects presented a threat; today, they are a reality. … photographs, taken in May 2016, show evidence of the presence of the emerald ash borer on a particular tree and its effect on the health and vitality of the tree.”

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