Catching the bug: Protecting Wisconsin’s 700 million ash trees

Learn ways professor Chris Williamson and the UW-Madison Department of Entomology are fighting to protect Wisconsin’s 700 million ash trees from a deadly beetle, the emerald ash borer. The larvae of this organism are infecting and killing trees across the Northeast and throughout the Midwest.

Video produced by UW-Madison University Communications.

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