The Goldspotted Oak Borer (GSOB) Steering Committee is comprised of Federal, State and Local agencies having regulatory responsibility for forest health and protection of natural resources within the County of San Diego. Our mission is to minimize environmental, social and economic impacts from GSOB by providing leadership, focus and organizational structure in addressing this emerging forest health issue in San Diego County; and by offering guidance and support to a larger coalition of public and private stakeholders working collaboratively to address GSOB issues throughout San Diego County.
California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection GSOB Zone Of Infestation
Goldspotted Oak Borer Issue Paper (Revised 2014)
This site was created in 2009 and is maintained by staff at the University of California Cooperative Extension Office San Diego - Farm and Home Advisors Office. Information on this site is collaborative and consensus driven by members of the GSOB Steering Committee and/or the GSOB Education and Outreach Committee.