"Emerland Ash Borer in Nashville"
Thursday, October 18th 2018
Naomi Rotramel, Urban Forestry Program Manager, Metro Nashville
The emerald ash borer beetle is an exotic beetle that was first discovered in Michigan in 2002. The beetle larvae destroy the inside of ash trees eventually causing them to die. The devastating beetle was first confirmed in Davidson County in 2014 and it is expected to affect all native ash trees by 2020 unless they are treated. Come hear about the impact of the emerald ash borer on our urban tree canopy and what you can do to help.
All River Talks are free and open to the public. You may reserve an optional lunch for $10 or bring your own.
Where: The Cumberland River Compact, located on the 3rd floor of the Bridge Building, 2 Victory Ave, Nashville, TN 37213.
Parking: Free parking is available in Lot R South of the Nissan Stadium parking lot. Permitted parking is available in Lot R NW. Map and passes are below.
Schedule: Doors open and lunch will be available at 11:30 am, the presentation will run from 12:00-12:50.
For questions please email Catherine.Price@cumberlandrivercompact.org or call us at 615-837-1151
For more information about River Talks, please visit our website.
River Talks are presented by Nissan.