Contact Iowa EAB team members to have suspicious looking trees checked. The state of Iowa will continue to track the movement of EAB on a county-by-county basis. Before a county can be officially recognized as infested, an EAB must be collected and verified by USDA entomologists.
To learn more about EAB and other pests that are threatening Iowa’s tree population, visit www.IowaTreePests.com. Or, for more information contact any of the following members of the Iowa EAB team:
n Robin Pruisner, IDALS state entomologist, (515) 725-1470, Robin.Pruisner@IowaAgriculture.gov
n Paul Tauke, DNR state forester, (515) 242-6898, Paul.Tauke@dnr.iowa.gov
n Tivon Feeley, DNR forest health coordinator, (515) 281-4915, Tivon.firstname.lastname@example.org
n Emma Hanigan, DNR urban forest coordinator, (515) 281-5600, email@example.com
n Mike Kintner, IDALS, (515) 725-1470, Mike.Kintner@IowaAgriculture.gov
n Jesse Randall, ISU Extension forester, (515) 294-1168, Randallj@iastate.edu
n Mark Shour, ISU Extension entomologist, (515) 294-5963, firstname.lastname@example.org
n Laura Jesse, ISU Extension entomologist, ISU Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic, (515) 294-0581, email@example.com
n Donald Lewis, ISU Extension entomologist, (515) 294-1101, firstname.lastname@example.org.
n Jeff Iles, ISU Extension horticulturist, (515) 294-3718, email@example.com