Friday, March 1, 2019

Penn State Extension Hosts 8 Public Meetings On Spotted Lanternfly

Penn State Extension Service will host 8 public meetings on the spotted lanternfly, the invasive insect that has spread throughout southeastern Pennsylvania and surrounding states and presents a significant threat to Pennsylvania agriculture, including the grape, tree-fruit, hardwood and nursery industries.
The public can do a great deal to stop the spread of this invasive insect.  Attend one of these meetings near you--
-- Bucks County: March 18 - Quakertown
-- Chester County: April 1 - Phoenixville
-- Chester County: June 13 - Exton
-- Delaware County: April 13 - Springfield
-- Lehigh County: March 27 - Macungie
-- Northampton County: March 21 - Nazareth
-- Pike County: April 26 - Lords Valley
-- Union County: March 26 - Lewisburg
Click Here to register or for more information.
Find out more about Spotted Lanternfly, visit Agriculture’s Spotted Lanternfly, the USDA Lanternfly and the Penn State Extension webpages.
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