LG Land Conservancy on high alert for hemlock-killing woolly adelgids
By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor
The Lake George Land Conservancy is checking hemlock trees in the 8,000 acres of watershed forest it manages, looking for signs of the tiny, lethal invasive hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA).
Adelgids can kill a hemlock tree in less than four years, and have wiped out large swaths of hemlock forests along the East Coast. …Read More »