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In fall 2013, Emerald Ash Borer was confirmed in the City of Madison. The Forestry section will begin treating trees in spring 2014. Currently there is no money in the city budget to treat park ash trees and we recognize that citizens may want to help in these efforts. The Adopt-a-Park Tree program’s goal is to provide a way for residents to help preserve the ash tree population in Madison’s parks. The program allows residents to select specific ash trees that they are interested in saving by working with City officials and contractors that are licensed by the City of Madison to chemically treat ash trees. If you are interested in adopting an ash tree please submit the request form.
If you have questions about the Adopt-a-Park Tree Program, please contact:
Craig Klinke - East Parks Supervisor: firstname.lastname@example.org or 246-4508
Lisa Laschinger - Central Parks Supervisor: email@example.com or 266-9214
Laura Bauer – West Parks Supervisor: firstname.lastname@example.org or 288-6164