Invasive Shot Hole Borers
Invasive Shot Hole Borers
Invasive Shot Hole Borers
University of California
Invasive Shot Hole Borers

Upcoming trainings

Emerging Tree Pests Overview Video

Interested in a general overview to get you up to speed about emerging tree pests? Check out the first video (or watch them all) from our Invasive Species Lunchtime Talks Series

San Luis Obispo Workshop - REGISTRATION OPEN

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We're holding a training Thursday, May 9th (9:30-2:00) in San Luis Obispo on goldspotted oak borer and invasive polyphagous and Kuroshio shot hole borer biology, identification, surveillance, and management of infested trees and downed wood.

We'll cover these topics in the classroom, then have a hands-on lab to learn how to identify signs of shot hole borer damage, set up a monitoring program, and sample trees. 

$30.00 Registration fee includes lunch, a ISHB Field Guide, and ISHB Demonstration Kit. Pre-registration is required. Click here to register.

We have applied for CEU's from the Department of Pesticide Regulation and the International Society for Arboriculture. 

Speakers include Bea Nobua-Behrmann, UCCE Urban Forestry Advisor; John Kabashima, UCCE Environmental Horticulture Advisor (Emeritus); Kim Corella, Forest Pest Specialist, CalFire; and Kevin Turner, Southern California Invasive Pest Coordinator, CalFire

SLO ISHB GSOB Workshop Flyer

Thanks to The Britton Fund, CalFire, and US Forest Service - State and Private Forestry for supporting these workshops. 

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