Forest Health - Michigan.gov/foresthealth
Protecting the health of Michigan's forests is a challenging task that requires collaboration. Department of Natural Resources forest health professionals work with other state and federal agencies and universities to prevent, evaluate and manage the occurrence and impacts of both native and exotic forest insects and diseases.
- Asian Longhorned Beetle
- Emerald Ash Borer
- Beech Scale Distribution in 2015 Map
- Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
These tiny insects secrete white wax as they feed on sap from hemlock shoots and branches. Hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) feeding can kill needles, shoots and branches.
- Spruce Budworm
- Thousand Cankers Disease
- Oak Wilt
- Sudden Oak Death
- Giant Hogweed Overview