“Our hemlock trees are in serious trouble,” says the Tusket River Environmental Protection Association. “The culprit is an aphid relative, the hemlock woolly adelgid, and currently, our end of the province is the most at threat.”
TREPA invites members of the public to find out more.
On Tuesday, March 13, at 7 p.m. the association will be sponsoring a talk by Ron Neville, plant health survey biologist with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, at the Yarmouth County Museum and Archives, 22 Collins St., Yarmouth. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Anyone with questions about the session can contact John Sollows (902-742-2802).