Kentucky's hemlocks, such as this stand along the Sheltowee Trace near Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, are threatened by the hemlock woolly adelgid, a caterpillar species. The Kentucky Division of Forestry has mounted an effort to treat affected trees on public land and to encourage private landowners to treat their hemlocks.
Kentucky's hemlocks, such as this stand along the Sheltowee Trace near Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, are threatened by the hemlock woolly adelgid, a caterpillar species. The Kentucky Division of Forestry has mounted an effort to treat affected trees on public land and to encourage private landowners to treat their hemlocks. Herald-Leader
Kentucky's hemlocks, such as this stand along the Sheltowee Trace near Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, are threatened by the hemlock woolly adelgid, a caterpillar species. The Kentucky Division of Forestry has mounted an effort to treat affected trees on public land and to encourage private landowners to treat their hemlocks. Herald-Leader

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April 27, 2014 9:53 PM

Kentucky forestry officials urge private landowners to join fight to save hemlock trees

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