Your resource for information on invasive insects, plants and pathogens that threaten
Learn how to monitor tree health in your community by attending BioForest’s training workshop! This training session will teach you how to detect insect and disease problems in urban forests. To R.S.V.P., email firstname.lastname@example.org
Oak wilt detection will be featured in the forest health volunteer training session. To learn more about oak wilt, visit the species profile.
If you see signs and symptoms of oak wilt, please report the sighting to EDDMapS Ontario and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Introducing the 2017 Ash Seed Collection Project
Learn more about the Emerald Ash Borer
Don't let invasives ruin your garden!
Try planting these and other native species instead! They look great, and they don't threaten Ontario's biodiversity. For more info on what plants are good for your garden check out these Grow Me Instead guides.
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Developed by the Invasive Species Centre, Forest Invasives Canada provides information and news on invasive insects, pathogens, and plants in Canada's forests. This site examines the science behind invasive species in Canada, connects visitors to the most recent management information, and addresses the overall threat of invasive species in our forests.
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