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It might. All species of ash (Fraxinus sp.) are susceptible to EAB and none have any natural resistance. Ash represents 25% of the total tree population in some areas of the city. In addition, ash is one of the most common tree covers in the bottomlands along the Cannon and Mississippi rivers, on the bluffs, and in agricultural areas.
Infested cut ash trees can be brought to the City's Solid Waste Campus at 1873 Bench Street.
Many kinds of trees grow well in Red Wing including varieties of linden, hackberry, honeylocust, and others. To learn about trees recommended for southeast Minnesota, visit University of Minnesota Extension.