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Arbor Day Webinar Series 2022
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Join speaker Caroline A. Marschner of the New York State Hemlock Initiative to learn about the importance of eastern hemlock for land and water ecology and how to preserve this species from hemlock woolly adelgid, an invasive forest pest attacking hemlock on the East Coast. Marschner will also be talking about the impact and biology of the hemlock woolly adelgid, management options, and ongoing research. Learn about volunteer opportunities on your own property or in the larger landscape to help stop the spread of this destructive pest.

About the NYS Hemlock Initiative:

Our Mission

We integrate research, management, and outreach to conserve New York State’s hemlock resources in the face of multiple threats, particularly the hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA), an invasive insect. Additionally, we help coordinate state-wide efforts of landowners, state and federal agencies, government officials, and concerned citizens to partner in hemlock tree conservation throughout New York.


This webinar is offered as part of the Arbor Day Webinar Series hosted annually by the Canal Forest Restoration Project team at SUNY Oswego's Rice Creek Field Station. Additional details are available at

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