Ash Trees Endangered: Study

Invasive insects may spell an end to ash trees in whole regions of Canada, caution University of Waterloo researchers. Damage from the emerald ash borer first detected in Windsor, Ont. in 2002 is estimated in the billions: “It’s sort of like a slow-moving catastrophe.”

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