Emerald ash borer is a serious invasive beetle that was discovered in Boulder, Colorado in 2013. Since it’s arrival to the U.S. it has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees and the affects have been devastating to homeowners, municipalities, public lands and industry alike. Join Lisa Mason, Horticulture Agent with Colorado State University Extension, Arapahoe County, to learn more about this metallic green menace and discover how you can help protect your ash by learning how to identify the threat and understanding when to treat or replace ash trees.

Program will take place at ‘The Inn’ at the Hudson Gardens & Event Center.