Did You Know?
The Emerald Ash Borer is a huge problem for trees in the National Capital Region. This non-native and very destructive beetle has killed millions of ash trees in both Ontario and the United States, posing a major environmental and economic threat. By disrupting a tree’s natural circulation of water and nutrients, the presence of just a few ash borers can kill an ash tree.The only solution is to treat the trees with insecticide or remove and replace them.
Learn more about tree protection from the destructive nature of the Ash Borer Beetle, the Forest Tent Caterpillar, as well as other important tree protection information here.You’ll also find important tips on how to go about determining the ownership of a tree, reporting trees in poor health, how to get a distinctive tree permit, and more.