Monday, July 17, 2017

More dying ash trees in Middleton's 3rd ward

1.  Hubbard Avenue between Orchid Lane and Maple Street.

2.  Hubbard Avenue between Meadowcrest and South Gateway..

The intersection of Hubbard and South Gateway

All Hubbard Avenue phots by Retiring Guy

Aerial view of Middleton's 3rd ward.  A 2009 inventory identified 2,335 ash trees along streets and on public lands (not trees on private property) -- 28% of the city's total trees at the time.  The recommended urban forestry guideline is no more than 20% of any genus and 10% of any species. 

Related posts: 
Diseased core of ash tree.  (5/12/2015)
Now you see it, now you don't.  (5/6/2015)
Emerald ash borer found on Hubbard Avenue near downtown Middleton.  (5/1/2015)
What were once ash trees are now stumps.  (3/25/2015)
You can cut down only so many ash trees in a day.  (8/1/2014)
Another day dawns on even fewer ash trees.  (8/1/2014)
A new day dawns on fewer ash trees.  (7/31/2014) 
Ash Trees on Cooper Avenue in Middleton: Going......going.....  (7/10/2014)
Emerald Ash  Borer's impact on Middleton.  (7/5/2014)

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