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. Tree Farmer Alert

Friday, October 10, 2014
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Biological Control Enlisted to Help Manage Emerald Ash Borer 

contributed by
Ryan Lockwood
Public and Media Relations CoordinatorColorado State Forest Service

The attached news release describes how stingless, parasitic wasps that target and kill emerald ash borer (EAB), a highly destructive tree pest that poses a serious threat to Colorado’s urban forests, will be released tomorrow in Boulder to help control the borer’s spread.

News Release


National Bioenergy Day (Oct 22)

contributed by
Mike Eckoff PhD
Colorado Wood Utilization &
Marketing Program (CoWood)

The USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, is hosting National Bioenergy Day on Wednesday, Oct 22, at USFS Region 2 HQ in Golden, Colorado (near 6th and Simms). The focus for this year will be on how folks can use forest biomass to both lower their heating bills while also improving forest health at the same time ("A Conversation on Conversions"). SAF CFEs will be available.

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Farmi log skidder winch for sale

 It was used in a one man operation and is around 5 years old--it works great.  I need to remove this implement from a home in Granby by October 30.


Jerry Heim
My email address is jwad_heim@msn.com, and my cell phone number is (303) 523-9805.



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