Date(s) - Wednesday, Sep 23, 2020
Join NY ReLeaf’s Finger Lakes Region for an urban forestry webinar on this year’s gypsy moth outbreak at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23.
This past spring and summer, homeowners, forest owners, arborists and municipalities struggled with defoliation of trees due to this invasive caterpillar. The webinar will cover the basics of a gypsy moth outbreak, what areas were hit, what you can do to help your trees, and what to expect next year.
Presenters will be:
- Rob Cole and Jerry Carlson from the Bureau of Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will be providing an overview and updates on the gypsy moth outbreak of this year.
- Shawn Kenaley, Finger Lakes Community College professor, will give a crash course in tree biology and stress responses.
- Noreen Riordan, an ISA Certified arborist with Bartlett Tree Experts, will be demonstrating how a gypsy moth inspection goes, what to expect, and what you can do to help your trees.