DEEP: Forestry
Forestry
Forest Protection
 Asian Longhorned Beetle
 EAB Targeted Audiences
  An information page on the emerald ash borer in Connecticut geared to specific audiences, including homeowners, woodland owners, firewood users, firewood dealers, forest practitioners, arborists and municipalities.
 EAB/ALB Updates
  The page provides links to the ongoing list of news and updates regarding both the emerald ash borer and Asian longhorned beetle in Connecticut.
 Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)
  The Emerald Ash Borer is the latest insect to threaten Connecticut's trees. This small, green, exotic insect attacks ash trees and has been steadily moving east since it was first found in Michigan in 2002. Recently, it has been found in five Connecticut communities: Prospect, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Naugatuck and Waterbury
 Firewood Transportation Self Certification
  When transporting untreated firewood in Connecticut, you must keep a copy of the In-State Firewood Transportation Self Issued Certification of Origin with you.
 Forest Fire Danger ListServ
  Subscribe to the Forest Fire Danger listserv to receive notification regarding the Connecticut Forest Fire Danger by e-mail.
 Forest Protection
 Regulation on Movement of Firewood
  A 'plain-language' approach towards explaining the new emergency regulations regarding firewood.
 Southern Pine Beetle
  The Southern Pine Beetle is a new insect to Connecticut. SPB attacks pines trees of all sorts, especially hard pines such as red pine, Scotch pine and pitch pine.
 The Gypsy Moth - A Brief History
  A summary of the history of the gypsy moth in North America.
 The Gypsy Moth - Information for Tree and Woodland Owners
  Gypsy Moth control options for those who own trees and those who own woodlands.
 The Gypsy Moth - Life Cycle and Related Moths
  A summary of the life cycle of the gypsy moth and a listing of a few related moths.
 The Gypsy Moth - Outbreaks and Natural History
  A summary of the processes that contribute to gypsy moth outbreaks, including the role of the maimaiga fungus.
 The Gypsy Moth in Connecticut - An Overview
  The gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) is well-known in Connecticut for the damage it does to trees.