Impacts of Invasive Insects in Connecticut Forests – Zoom
Impacts of Invasive Insects in Connecticut Forests
Presented by Rob Clark, Ph.D.
Research Scientist, Great Hollow Nature Preserve and Ecological Research Center
Affiliate Faculty, Washington State University
Online Zoom Seminar
Saturday, March 5th, 4 pm
Insects are profoundly important for the health of forest ecosystems, so what causes invasive species to be so “bad”? This online seminar will include Q&A about invasives like woolly adelgid, gypsy moth, emerald ash borer, spotted lanternfly, and tree diseases like beech blister and beech leaf disease. Bring all your questions!
This event is sponsored by the Cornwall Conservation Trust, the Cornwall Conservation Commission, the Cornwall Association, and the Cornwall Library. Register at CornwallLibrary.org