The USDA recently released their March eNews which contained a section on the ALB battle in 3 states including Ohio. Those pages are attached here: ALB update Mar2019 Ohio’s web page for ALB eradication can be found at the following link. https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/resources/pests-diseases/asian-longhorned-beetle/quarantines/alb-quarantine-ohio
ANNOUNCEMENTS: New video of ALB eradication ceremony for Monroe Township Ohio…watch now OHIO – First detection in June 2011 Regulated Area: 56.5 sq. miles* 56.5 – Clermont County (Tate and Williamsburg Townships) Infested Trees: 19,066 18,981 – Tate Township 48 – Monroe Township 3 – Stonelick/Batavia Township 34 – East Fork Recreational Area Removals: 100,111 19,018 Infested: 18,933… Read More
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Ground and aerial survey crews continue to conduct delimiting surveys, inspecting all host trees throughout the regulated areas in Clermont County. Staff continues to monitor regulated areas, respond to service calls and conduct training sessions for compliance agreements. To report suspicious activity, please call 513-381-7180. Infested trees are removed throughout the year, as they are… Read More
The May ALB Update of 5/18/18 can be seen here: Ohio Media Update_05182018. To view all the past updates and other ALB links, go to the Tate Township ALB page. The USDA just gave a press release [ alb-plans ] on the ALB Eradication Program plans in 2018.
The December 7, 2017 report from the cooperative agencies has been posted to the Tate Township web site. It can be found here.
The link to the new ALB information page can be found HERE and on the About Tate Township page. As the 4 agency cooperative posts media updates, they will be uploaded to this page. There are currently 3 updates on the page. The current map for the quarantine area as of June, 2017 is posted… Read More
Residents in the ALB (Asian Longhorn Beetle) regulated areas established within Clermont County cannot move firewood or wood debris outside of the regulated area and outside of East Fork State Park. Residents are also discouraged from moving firewood and wood debris inside the regulated area. For answers to questions about regulated materials and permits, or… Read More
Clermont County Tree removals are ongoing. Property owners are asked to communicate any concerns with the contractor in advance of tree removal work being conducted. Ground and tree-climbing survey crews continue to conduct delimiting surveys, inspecting all host trees throughout the regulated areas in Clermont County. Staff survey for the presence of ALB by examining… Read More