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Emerald Ash Borer

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Irving Park »

The festival's proceeds will be used to treat the park's ash trees and fund other amenities.

Jefferson Park »

Last year, voters in the 45th Ward participatory budgeting process opted for 450 new trees.

Lincoln Square »

Dozens of infected ash trees were recently reduced to stumps in River Park.

Dunning »

The backlog of requests is down 80 percent, and crews will catch up entirely by the end of the year.

Lincoln Park »

There are a number of ways to help like applying for a grant or planting a tree in someone's honor.

Irving Park »

The city wouldn't pay to treat the trees, so local activists took matters into their own hands.

Humboldt Park »

The emerald ash borer ravaged the neighborhood's namesake park, forcing the felling of 650 trees.

Hyde Park »

Openlands will meet on Saturday to replant where ash trees have died.

Humboldt Park »

Hundreds of trees are being removed from Humboldt Park’s 219-acre namesake this month.

Portage Park »

All six trees were eaten from the inside out by the Emerald Ash Borer, city officials said.

Wicker Park »

Sad? Rest assured that the city will be planting 7,800 news trees in 2015, a spokeswoman said.

Lincoln Square »

DNAinfo.com's resident urban gardener wants a tree planted in her parkway. But at what price?

Logan Square »

“Logan Square's trees are facing a serious crisis," said Angela Larson, of Logan Square Preservation.

Hyde Park »

The invasive Asian beetles killed three blocks of trees on the northern boundary of Jackson Park.

Jefferson Park »

More than 90 percent of the ash trees treated in 2011 and 2012 are still alive, city officials said.