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    <span style="font-family: "Times New Roman", serif; font-size: 11pt;">The presence of the deadly emerald ash borer (EAB) was confirmed May 19,
2020 in Denton and Bowie Counties. EAB has infested and killed ash trees in
both counties, soon adding them to the list of Texas jurisdictions to be placed
under the Texas Department of Agriculture’s (TDA) wood transportation
quarantine on EAB. </span>5/28/2020 04:00:00 PM
    Tree-killing Insect Confirmed in Denton and Bowie Counties
    The presence of the deadly emerald ash borer (EAB) was confirmed May 19, 2020 in Denton and Bowie Counties. EAB has infested and killed ash trees in both counties, soon adding them to the list of Texas jurisdictions to be placed under the Texas Department of Agriculture’s (TDA) wood transportation quarantine on EAB. 
    <span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">Texas
A&M Forest Service podcast, “Trees Are Key”, is reminding listeners to get
outside and explore during stay-at-home times. Celebrating five years this
spring, the short, weekly podcast helps listeners better care for their trees
by featuring short lessons and weekly tree highlights.</span>5/7/2020 01:00:00 PM
    Escape and connect with Texas A&M Forest Service podcast
    Texas A&M Forest Service podcast, “Trees Are Key”, is reminding listeners to get outside and explore during stay-at-home times. Celebrating five years this spring, the short, weekly podcast helps listeners better care for their trees by featuring short lessons and weekly tree highlights.
    <span style="font-family: "Times New Roman", serif; font-size: 12pt;">As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the nation, our healthcare
workers, first responders and essential workers are heroically keeping the
nation afloat. But there’s one underlying constant, or force, if you will, that
touches and protects us all. It’s the unsung hero: the forest.</span>5/1/2020 04:10:00 PM
    May the forest be with you during COVID-19 and beyond
    As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the nation, our healthcare workers, first responders and essential workers are heroically keeping the nation afloat. But there’s one underlying constant, or force, if you will, that touches and protects us all. It’s the unsung hero: the forest.
    <p>While Texans are doing things differently this spring and summer, the threat of wildfire is constant. Texas A&M Forest Service encourages Texans to take part in National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Wildfire Community Preparedness Day.</p>5/1/2020 03:35:00 PM
    Texas A&M Forest Service urges citizens to prepare their communities for wildfire season

    While Texans are doing things differently this spring and summer, the threat of wildfire is constant. Texas A&M Forest Service encourages Texans to take part in National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Wildfire Community Preparedness Day.