Costly Beetle Headed West

Federal inspectors have failed to halt the spread of an invasive beetle blamed for billions in tree damage, and now headed west of the Great Lakes. Authorities said winter cold appeared to have no impact on the emerald ash borer, first detected in Windsor, Ont. in 2002: “It was just a matter of time”.

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