Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County and the Nebraska Forest Service are presenting three seminars about the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) to provide homeowners with the information they need to make good decisions about the care of their ash trees.

Have an area under a tree with little or no grass? Or just looking to add some flowerbed space under a tree? Here are a few tips to help you create a beautiful garden underneath your tree.
It was one month ago today that the Nebraska Department of Agriculture confirmed the emerald ash borer was found for the first time in Nebraska. Find out what plans have been put into place since then.

June is prime time for honey bees to swarm. Swarming occurs when bees outgrow the hive or feel an ongoing threat, so they leave the old hive at the direction of the queen and look for a new place to build one.

Staking a new tree is not always required. How do you know if it’s necessary? Ask yourself these four key questions.
Less than 10 days after the first discovery of the Emerald Ash Borer in Omaha, the Nebraska Department of Agriculture announced a second discovery in Greenwood, Nebraska.
Today the Nebraska Department of Agriculture announced the emerald ash borer was found for the first time in Nebraska in a park in Omaha.

Hot weather safety is part of our overall safety training, so that our team knows the best ways to protect themselves in the heat. Here’s our quick hot weather checklist:

Millions of tiny wasps that are natural parasites for the emerald ash borer have been released into wooded areas in 24 states to try and combat the tree-killing insect’s advances.

Tree selection and placement are two of the most important decisions a homeowner makes when landscaping a new home or replacing a tree. Matching the tree to the site benefits both the tree and the homeowner.