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Elisandra Sánchez, New Jersey ALB Project Manager, speaks about the ALB eradication efforts in NJ.

Elisandra Sánchez, New Jersey ALB Project Manager, is asked: What do trees mean to the state of NJ?

Elisandra Sánchez, New Jersey ALB Project Manager, is asked: What is next in the fight against the ALB in NJ?

Elisandra Sánchez, New Jersey ALB Project Manager

Elisandra Sánchez, New Jersey ALB Project Manager

USDA APHIS New Jersey Office

ALB Eradication Program Office in Rahway, New Jersey

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Tree climber in tree with gear conducting aerial tree survey.

Tree being removed due to invasive Asian longhorned beetle

Residential tree being removed due to beetle.

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Report Your Findings

You can report your findings online or contact your State’s Cooperative ALB Eradication Program directly at:

  • (732) 815-4700
  • 1-866-702-9938

 

Regulations

New Jersey State Regulations
Federal Regulations

What’s At Stake?

Shade Trees: New Jersey’s urban forest provides shade in communities throughout the state.

Hardwood Forest: The Appalachian forest region within the state and in states nearby. Major tree species includes poplar, maples, and ash – trees the beetle attacks!

Forest Resources: Trees that provide wildlife habitat, watershed protection, and outdoor recreation.