Developing HWA-Resistance/Tolerance

Developing HWA-Resistance/Tolerance

The Forest Restoration Alliance   The Forest Restoration Alliance (FRA) is a non-profit group of researchers, led by NCSUs Dr. Fred Hain, which spans universities, the National Arboretum and the USDA Forest Service. To achieve its goals of long-term forest…

Genetic Conservation

Genetic Conservation

    Camcore is a non-profit, international tree breeding organization based at NCSU. Its work focuses on maintaining a broad genetic base of tree species, many of which are especially suited to plantation forestry as well as several threatened conifers…

Info for Landowners

Info for Landowners

Step 1: Do you have hemlocks? If YES, go to Step 2. If NOT SURE, click the link to get help identifying your tree: Is it a hemlock? Step 2: Is your hemlock infested by hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA)? If…

Genetics

Genetics

Taking a long term view on the restoration of hemlocks, the HRI partners with scientists, many with ties to North Carolina State University (NCSU). These scientists work to conserve the diverse genetic lineages of North Carolina’s native eastern and Carolina hemlocks,…

Solutions

Solutions

Click on any of the following categories to learn more: Info for Landowners Chemical Treatment Biological Controls Developing Genetic Resistance/Tolerance Silvicultural Strategies