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Invasive Shothole Borer (ISHB) training for residents of Topanga Canyon

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Invasive Shothole Borer (ISHB) training for residents of Topanga Canyon

September 16, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Protect your trees!

The non-native, Invasive Shothole Borer (ISHB) is found throughout Los Angeles and Ventura Counties and is killing numbers of native and non-native trees.

Are they in your backyard trees and neighborhood parks?

Made for homeowners in Topanga Canyon, this easy, online, and one-hour training will teach you what to look for in your trees and steps you can take to prevent the beetles from spreading. To learn more NOW, go to

6:00pm-6:10pm.    Quick introduction to Los Angeles CountyAgricultural Commissioner Weights and Measures (ACWM) by Max Regis, ACWM Deputy Director.

6:10pm-6:35pm.  Insect biology and how to identify/report it  by Rachel Burnap, ACWM Associate Inspector

6:35pm-6:50pm   ACWM Trapping and Insect Mitigation

6:50pm-7:00pm.  Questions & Answers

Contact: Rachel Burnap at

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