West Central Alberta spared MPB infestation
Sept. 14, 2016 - Aggressive control efforts and a cold winter in 2009 are behind why West Central Alberta has so far been able to manage the infestation of mountain pine beetles, according to a senior forest health officer for Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.
September 14, 2016 By Maria Church
Mike Undershultz told the Mountain View Gazette that, relatively speaking, the forests from Rocky Mountain House south to the Crowsnest Pass have seen very little beetle activity.
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