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What the Ash trees are saying

The goal is to let people know what is going on.

Many of us are unclear what Ash trees look like. There are a few different ones common in the city, the most common being green and white Ash, which make up 9% of the city's urban forest.

Many people are also wondering what those yellow dots mean.

Thanks to Community Groundworks for pulling together this information and creating the sign kits for neighborhood groups to use. Thanks also to the neighbors who are doing just that in my neighborhood!

If I had my druthers, I'd add just one more sign, a favorite poem of mine from Ilan Shamir...

Advice from a Tree

This is an Ash Tree

What is Emerald Ash Borer

What do do if you spot Emerald Ash Borer

Options for Homeowners in the face of EAB

Ash alternatives

What to do with Ash Wood

Burn it, don't travel with wood

Healthy Urban Forests

I wrote more about the Ash trees in Madison here last week. You can adopt a tree in a park like Tenney, helping to cover the tree's "medical bills" for treatment against the Emerald Ash Borer.

Madison's plan for dealing with this devastating problem is here

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