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With assistance from the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program (MISGP), ASM is offering a unique opportunity for tree care professionals to collect and submit samples from oak trees suspected of having oak wilt infection.  The MISGP grant will pay for oak wilt samples processed by MSU Diagnostic Services. Tree care professionals who’s sample results are ‘positive’ for oak wilt are offered 2 hours of technical support to strategize the best management of oak wilt at that specific site, if desired.  Click on the link in the Form name to access the form.  Learn more about the form.
ASM Seeking Professionals to Fill Oak Wilt Grant Positions – ASM is looking for interested professionals to apply for positions open in its Oak Wilt Grant received from the MISP this past March.  Positions include Oak Wilt Grant Facilitator and Oak Wilt Technical Support.  Please visit the Careers page for job description details.
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