Woolly Adelgid

Eastern Hemlocks, one of the most common tree species in New England, are dying at an alarming rate from the overwhelming invasion of the woolly adelgid. Laurie catches up with Dave Orwig to unveil the mechanisms of these non-native killers and looks to the future for our essential forest conifer.

Field Notes Archive

Field Notes with Laurie Sanders aired from 1999 through 2009. It focused on the natural history of New England- from special habitats to the life cycles of individual plants and animals to profiles of people involved with safeguarding our environment. If you have a question about Field Notes please email: fieldnotes@nepr.net.

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