Beetle Infestation at Shenandoah
The Emerald Ash Borer is an invasive beetle that is eating its way through America’s 16 species of Ash trees. Students at John F. Kennedy High School in Maryland found out how this relatively recent arrival in Shenandoah National Park is affecting the trees there.
Produced by Caden Jacobs, Henry Hudson-Goldman, Hissan Iskandar, Jaylah Moore-Ross, Ceilidh Kern, Carlos Vega, Gianni Healey, Amber Garrison, and Katelyn Hodge at John F. Kennedy in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Special thanks to Shenandoah National Park for the opportunity to explore the natural, cultural and educational resources being preserved for visitors from around the country and world by the park and its rangers.
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