What's Hot with the EAB

  • Emerald Ash Borer Detected in Baraga County

    The United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services recently confirmed that Baraga County is infested with emerald ash borer. The information was part of the final results of the 2016 emerald ash borer trapping program.

  • If you live in the Lower Peninsula, you no longer need to report EAB. If you need additional information, please use the contact information under the "Emerald Ash Borer Contact Information" section below.
  • Multistate EAB Insecticide Fact Sheet PDF iconInsecticide Options for Protecting Ash Trees From Emerald Ash Borer
Current positives map, quarantine summary, survey summary, national map and more.
Signs and symptoms, tree removal guidelines, treatment/control options, disposal recommendations, and more.
Firewood regulations and state-owned land guidelines.
Reporting EAB finds, Obtaining additional information about EAB. (Note: If you live in the Lower Peninsula, you no longer need to report EAB.)
Photo gallery, publication gallery and Links to state and federal agencies all over North America pertaining to the control and eradication of the Emerald Ash Borer.
Compliance Q & A, sample shipping document, a list of all firms that have compliance agreements in Michigan and more.