Emerald Ash Borer has devastated Michigan's and Western Ohio's ash tree population. The larvae of this invasive beetle feast on the bark tissue of ash trees, which kills off the supply of nutrients and water to the tree. With no natural defense mechanisms, ash trees deteriorate and die in two to three years.
Treatment is still available, but extensive damage has more than likely occurred. GO can walk your property identifying and assessing ash trees to create a management program for the present and future. (Scheduled removals, treatments, planting new trees)