This is awful news, but mother nature is in charge. Reminds me of the heartbreak of Emerald Ash Borers.That really sucks. IDGC was near the top of my wish list.
A reminder that all dg courses are temporary if you're thinking long term. Play 'em all while ya can.
There's no quick solution, but the fastest path is to let the forest regenerate. If the hardwood trees are undamaged, they will flourish; if they are damaged or cut down, they will re-grow from the stumps, more vigorously than planted trees would grow. Nothing will replace the pines, in our lifetimes.do they plan to plant some new trees to speed up any restoration process
EAB is a biatch for sure. A few of the suburbs around here used ash exclusively for their parkway trees. They went from shady streets to wide open a few years back.This is awful news, but mother nature is in charge. Reminds me of the heartbreak of Emerald Ash Borers.
Same. They closed down about a month before I passed through the area if I remember right.The EAB killed Coyote Trace just before I could get there.