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Emerald Ash Borer

#OperationReLeaf — Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)

This program fights the spread of EAB and other invasive insects in Canada by partnering with municipalities and Lallemand Plant Care/BioForest.


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Fighting the spread of EAB in Canada

Emerald ash borer (EAB) is one of the biggest killers of ash trees in Canada.

Since 2013, Tree Canada has been fighting the spread of EAB in Canada by partnering with municipalities and Lallemand Plant Care/BioForest.

We coordinate selection processes and distribution of TreeAzin, a natural registered product with very low environmental toxicity that helps stop the emerald ash borer and other invasive insects, such as European elm scale or gypsy moth.

This year, Tree Canada, in partnership with Lallemand Plant Care/BioForest, is providing TreeAzin to selected municipalities, not-for-profits and indigenous communities in Canada to mitigate the spread of emerald ash borer and other invasive insects, such as European elm scale or gypsy moth.

Apply for a grant!

Tree Canada’s Operation ReLeaf – EAB program is now accepting applications until June 15, 2020.

Apply now! »

To apply, you may need to create an account as a new user. For further questions, please contact the Operation ReLeaf – EAB Program Manager.

2020 Partners

Bioforest
Canada, BC, Vancouver. Tree Canada event, Everett Crowley Park

Make a difference

Help us fight Emerald Ash Borer