Has the emerald ash borer (EAB) officially been found in Fridley?
EAB has not officially been found in Fridley, but we are currently conducting an inventory of all public trees to look for symptomatic ash trees. Because it has been confirmed as close as Coon Rapids and Blaine, it is likely that emerald ash borer is in Fridley.More EAB Information from the MN DNR

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1. Has the emerald ash borer (EAB) officially been found in Fridley?
2. What symptoms should I be looking for?
3. I want to remove my ash tree, what should I do?
4. When is the best time to remove ash and dispose of ash tree material?
5. Where can I dispose of ash tree material?
6. I like my ash tree and am considering treating it. What are my options?