Emerald Ash Borer in Vermont

Emerald Ash Borer in Vermont

Emerald ash borer (EAB) has been confirmed in Vermont. This page provides resources to support Vermonters in understanding the threat, slowing the spread, and managing the impacts of EAB. To learn more about EAB, watch this short video on EAB basics.

Infested Area Map

View a larger map, or download a PDF of the infested area.

The Infested Area location is also available on ANR's Natural Resouces Atlas. To download maps from ANR Atlas, check out this How-to Guide.

EAB Update Listserv

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How to Identify EAB and Ash Trees
Recommendations to Slow the Spread of EAB
Quarantine Information
EAB Detections in the Northeast 

     Resources for:

    Forest Landowners and Managers
    Homeowners
    Municipality Toolkit
    Volunteer and Educators
    Other Online Resources
    • Adult emerald ash borer
      Adult emerald ash borer
    • Woodpecker flecking
      Woodpecker flecking
    • Woodpecker flecking
      Woodpecker flecking
    • Woodpecker flecking
      Woodpecker flecking
    • Woodpecker flecking
      Woodpecker flecking
    • Woodpecker flecking
      Woodpecker flecking
    • Woodpecker flecking
      Woodpecker flecking
    • Bark split
      Bark split
    • Bark split
      Bark split
    • Larval galleries
      Larval galleries
    • S-shaped larval gallery
      S-shaped larval gallery
    • Emerald ash borer larvae
      Emerald ash borer larvae
    • D-shaped exit hole
      D-shaped exit hole
    • Emerald ash borer larvae
      Emerald ash borer larvae