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Spotted Lanternfly Update

Spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula, “SLF”) is an invasive planthopper native to Asia that was first discovered in Pennsylvania in September 2014. It has since been detected in New York, Virginia, and Delaware. Thought to have been introduced via shipments of crushed stone, SLF is a threat to grapes, peaches, apples, other hardwood trees, and hops, […]

Our January Outreach Impact

January is always a busy month for us, and serves as a perfect tone setter for the new year’s outreach. Even when it’s cold and snowy out there’s plenty of opportunities to inform different sectors of the public about Asian longhorned beetle and other threats to our Massachusetts forests! Our first event was the Massachusetts […]