Brian Vastag

Science Journalist

Invasive insects threaten trees, forest

Invasive insects, like this emerald ash borer, have destroyed tens of millions of trees in the United States. In a piece for the Washington Post, I track the bugs and call into question USDA regulations meant to stem the tide of tiny invaders. Many other essays writers also explored in similar topic, even if they asked other questions.

Tagged as: ecology, invasive species, Washington Post

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