Ash tree removal to begin at Stoney Island Conservation Area

“It’s not going to be pretty”
By Liz Small

“Devastating. Complete and utter devastation. It’s not going to be pretty. There’s nothing we can do to make it look pretty and if you expect it to look nice, you’ll be disappointed.” Harsh, yet realistic words from Donna Lacey, manager of forestry and lands with Saugeen
Conservation, who spoke to a small group last Tuesday at the Davidson Centre about the plan to remove thousands of ash trees infected with the emerald ash borer at Stoney Island Conservation Area and she knows what she’s talking about, having worked with Saugeen Conservation for over 25 years.

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Ash tree removal to begin at Stoney Island Conservation Area was last modified: August 2nd, 2023 by Becky Grebenjak

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