|Professor Andrew Storer has received $56,000 from the USDA, Forest Service, for a two-year project, Evaluation and Monitoring of Ash Trees Tolerant to Long-Term Exposure to Emerald Ash Borer: Year 1.|
|Professor Andrew Storer has received $150,000 total from the Michigan Department of Agriculture for three one-year projects: EAB SLAM/ARRA Project Coordinator Position Support, $70,000; 2010-2011 EAB SLAM/APHIS Purple Traps Deployment, $40,000; EAB SLAM/ARRA Forest Health Monitoring Plots, $40,000.|
An article, written by Jennifer Donovan, featuring Professor Andrew Storer and his research on finding a natural solution to the Emerald Ash Borer crisis, was recently featured in Michigan Tech Magazine. Two tiny beetle-eating wasps may provide the method for eliminating the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer. Read more online.
|Professor Andrew Storer received $107,364 from the US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, for a two-year project, “Emerald Ash Borer Planning and Prevention in Upper Peninsula.”
Storer also received $25,000 from the US Fish and Wildlife Service for a project, “Factors Influencing Invasive Earthworm and Plant Species Presence and Abundance in Great Lakes Biological Network Forests.”