31 Ash Trees Being Removed

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich – The city of Grand Rapids is currently removing 31 dying ash trees along Fuller Avenue NE between E. Fulton Street and Michigan Street NE.

The trees are heavily infested with the emerald ash borer.

Next year, the city will plant new trees along Fuller Avenue to make up for the loss of trees being removed.


1 Comment to “31 Ash Trees Being Removed”

    Ruby_Wednesday said:
    October 24, 2013 at 4:30 PM

    This is so sad. Tree lined streets add so much to a community. My dad has been working for years to save the ash trees in his condo association. Homeowners worried about their tree can also consult a certified arborist for help.

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