- Author: Jan Gonzales
- Author: Sabrina L. Drill
The goldspotted oak borer (GSOB) - an invasive, non-native wood borer that has already attacked and killed tens of thousands native oak trees in San Diego and Riverside Counties - continues to be a threat for the southern California region. The information provided during this training will be helpful to land managers, arborists, property owners, volunteers and others who are concerned about the stewardship of oaks and oak woodlands. Our goal is to inform as many people as we can about the threat and impact of GSOB, symptoms of a GSOB attack, how to diagnose a declining tree and what to do to limit further infestation.
Includes hands-on examples, handouts, and refreshments.
This is a FREE training event. Continuing Education Units have been requested.
Questions? Contact Jan Gonzales, email@example.com/span>