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Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program.
Cornell University. New York Invasive Species Research Institute.
This guide was developed by the Jumping Worm Outreach, Research & Management (JWORM) working group to help homeowners identify and prevent the spread of jumping worms.
- All of Londonderry, Windham, and Landgrove;
- Most of Jamaica, Winhall, Peru, Weston, Andover and Grafton; and
- Extends into Chester, Townshend, Stratton, Athens, Mount Tabor, and Wardsboro.
October means that non-flight season Recommendations to Slow the Spread of Emerald Ash Borer are now in effect when moving ash from the infested area. With the heating season underway, and firewood deliveries actively occurring, it’s important to remember that untreated ash firewood should never move out of infested areas. Be sure that your purchase or transportation of both log length and split firewood will not unnecessarily spread EAB. There’s a lot of spread to slow: While the infested area map shows that high-risk areas for EAB include many towns, visibly infested trees still remain rare in Vermont. You can help by following the "Slow-the-Spread" recommendations.
Massachusetts Introduced Pests Outreach Project.
Use this online form to report a possible sighting of spotted lanternfly in Massachusetts.