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  • Spread of Emerald Ash Borer and the Potential Extirpation of a Culturally and Ecologically Important Tree

    Black ash (Fraxinus nigra), the most highly preferred and vulnerable host of emerald ash borer (EAB) in North America, has cultural and spiritual significance to many Native American and First Nations tribes across its range. This presentation details the EAB invasion, loss of black ash resources, and associated cultural impact. Presented by Nathan Siegert at the 2022 SAF National Convention in Baltimore, MD.

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    FAO established four forest invasive species networks: APFISN (Asia-Pacific), FISNA (Africa) NENPHIS (Near East), REUFIS (Europe & Central Asia). Objectives are to raise awareness, share information, facilitate access, build capacity and regional cooperation and collaboration. A global forest biosecurity framework is being developed under a OneHealth approach through among-network collaboration. Presented by Bruce Moltzan at the 2022 SAF National Convention in Baltimore, MD.

  • Forest Pest Biodiversity in the Anthropocene, Forest Health as a Social Dilemma, and Social-Ecological Resilience

    Invasive insects and pathogens devastate forest ecosystems along with climate change; Forest health is a global public good but due to conflicts of interest, the forest health crisis is a social dilemma; Collective action will depend on exchange of pest biodiversity and biogeography data to assess risk Presented by Geoffrey Williams at the 2022 SAF National Convention in Baltimore, MD.