Trees taken down at Rocky Fork


Numerous trees are being cut down at Rocky Fork Lake this week, especially in the campground and North Beach areas, apparently because of infestation by the emerald ash borer, a tree killing insect from Asia that was first identified in Ohio in 2003. Nearly two years ago, The Times-Gazette reported that an emerald ash borer was discovered crawling on the outer bark of a “very stressed” tree near the water at the Rocky Fork State Park campground. Check back Friday at timesgazette.com and in Saturday’s print edition for more details.


Numerous trees are being cut down at Rocky Fork Lake this week, especially in the campground and North Beach areas, apparently because of infestation by the emerald ash borer, a tree killing insect from Asia that was first identified in Ohio in 2003. Nearly two years ago, The Times-Gazette reported that an emerald ash borer was discovered crawling on the outer bark of a “very stressed” tree near the water at the Rocky Fork State Park campground. Check back Friday at timesgazette.com and in Saturday’s print edition for more details.

Numerous trees are being cut down at Rocky Fork Lake this week, especially in the campground and North Beach areas, apparently because of infestation by the emerald ash borer, a tree killing insect from Asia that was first identified in Ohio in 2003. Nearly two years ago, The Times-Gazette reported that an emerald ash borer was discovered crawling on the outer bark of a “very stressed” tree near the water at the Rocky Fork State Park campground. Check back Friday at timesgazette.com and in Saturday’s print edition for more details.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_rfl-trees-1.jpgNumerous trees are being cut down at Rocky Fork Lake this week, especially in the campground and North Beach areas, apparently because of infestation by the emerald ash borer, a tree killing insect from Asia that was first identified in Ohio in 2003. Nearly two years ago, The Times-Gazette reported that an emerald ash borer was discovered crawling on the outer bark of a “very stressed” tree near the water at the Rocky Fork State Park campground. Check back Friday at timesgazette.com and in Saturday’s print edition for more details.
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