In this FS Talk, John Daigle, social scientist, and professor of Forest Recreation Management at the University of Maine, along with doctoral students Tyler Everett and Emily Francis, discussed the emerald ash borer and its impact on trees and Wabanaki Tribal Nations across the northeast. The beetle’s infestation in the dawn land, or present-day Maine, is building and starting to spread, but to date, Wabanaki Tribal lands essentially remain ash borer free. That makes this research by scientists, foresters, and Tribal communities particularly timely and important. Read more about the Ash Protection Collaboration Across Wabanakik and watch the recorded talk.