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Invasive forest pests threaten eastern United States’ native trees and forests, compromising commercial, recreational and ecological values. Through partnerships with public and private partners, the nonprofit Forest Restoration Alliance works to solve the threat of these pests and restore, maintain, and enhance our region’s woodlands.

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In the News

Fred Hain is Bringing Hope to the Hemlockshttps – Our State Magazine

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FRA Members Honored by NC Wildlife Federation

No End to the Parade of Pests Killing Our Trees

Saving the Legacy of Hemlocks in the Southeast

Conserving Eastern Hemlock

Population isolation results in unexpectedly high differentiation in Carolina hemlock

Scientists Encourage Forest Health Division in NIFA

 Video on HWA and Other Invasives

Ben Smith Featured in CALS Newsletter

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