P.E.I. Invasive Species Council begins preparing for arrival of invasive insect

Enviro & Legislation

The P.E.I. Invasive Species Council (PEIISC) has begun raising public awareness about an invasive species impacting hemlock trees in Nova Scotia. The hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) is an invasive species known to infect hemlock trees in North America and has been present in the Maritime provinces since arriving in Nova Scotia in 2017. The microscopic…

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