A new testing lab at the University of Maine will help state landowners monitor their trees for the presence of the destructive eastern spruce budworm, a key step in tracking and mitigating a developing outbreak that could have severe impacts on Maine’s forest land and economy. English only To read…

Did you know that with strict COVID-19 health guidelines in effect in spring 2020, two Natural Resources of Canada employees from the Laurentian Forestry Centre (LFC) needed to host many “guests” in their homes and even let them sleep over? You could go as far as to call it group…

Swift action and the strategic use of a biological insecticide have spared New Brunswick forests the worst of a feared outbreak, Atlantic forestry experts say. English only To read more...

A spraying program is quadrupling to battle rising spruce budworm numbers in western Newfoundland, but Parks Canada has decided to opt out of the effort and let nature take its course within Gros Morne National Park. English Only To read more....  

Parks Canada has decided that Gros Morne National Park won’t join an early intervention spraying program to control spruce budworm. English only To read more....