Editorial: Ash tree threat is a real one for region
Cities throughout west central Minnesota need to start preparing now for the arrival of a tree-destroying monster -- the emerald ash borer.
The arrival of this small native insect from Asia is considered almost inevitable for the cities and towns of west central Minnesota. The insect first arrived in Michigan in 2004 and has now spread to at least 11 Midwest and eastern states in addition to the province of Quebec in Canada.
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