CLICK TO SEE SLIDE SHOW. . . . . . These are healthy Ash Tree Leaves on a tree that is part of the EcoPeace Treaty with the Emerald Ash Borer.
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2015 Mid Hudson EAB w Our sites
2015 Red Hook, NY, research site.
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2015 Omega Institute site, 195 acres, has hundreds of Ash trees. No sign of the Ash Borer.
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7th Heaven, one of the tallest Ash trees on one of the highest points of the Omega campus.
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Deep in the Omega woods, Dr. Jim Conroy does his bio-energy BioBalancing processes to help trees remain healthy. He also renews the EcoPeace Treaty between the Ash Trees and Ash Borer insects.
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2015. The Harding, New Jersey, site has a majestic Ash tree. No Ash Borer reported nearby.
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2015. This Majestic Ash is at the entry to the property at Alford, MA.
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The long narrow property is line with hundreds of Ash trees.
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2015. The Harding site Ash is in full leaf in mid summer.
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This Mendham, New Jersey, research site was added in autumn, 2015.
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2015. This Morris Plains, New Jersey, site was added in 2015.
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2015. Enormous backyard Ash tree in Randolph, NJ.
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2015 Blairstown Ash site with healthy trees. No sign of the Ash Borer.
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2015. Sharon, CT site.
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2015. This is just one of the Ash trees on the Salisbury, CT, property. It is healthy despite the dead branches. Those will eventually fall away or be pruned, leaving the healthy tree.
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2015 Ash tree and Emerald Ash Borer EcoPeace Treaty Progress and Results

Please click through the slide show above to see all of the various Ash tree and Emerald Ash Borer research sites as of 2015.  The slide show highlights a success. For more information, please go to the Success Declared portfolio at this webite.

Two of the Institute for Cooperative BioBalance’s five Hudson Valley area research sites for Ash Trees and the Emerald Ash Borer are within the “severe risk area” of the Mid-Hudson EAB Quarantine Boundary issued by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

The map above shows small red dots where the EAB insect has been verified.  The grey hashed area is the “severe risk area” which is within 5 miles of the core infested area.  It is well known that the insect moves by both flying with its own wings–which it can do up to several miles–but also by being moved in firewood.  This area is quarantined for the movement of firewood.

The Red Hook research site and the Omega Institute research site have not shown any evidence of Emerald Ash Borer presence from 2012 through 2015. The sites have received Cooperative BioBalance®, CoExistence Technologies®, and EcoPeace Treaty® bio-energy treatments for those 4 years. Thus, we are declaring success on those sites for 2015.

For more information about the whole project, please go to the Ash/EAB Summary portfolio at this website.



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