That means 40 percent of the city's trees are vulnerable and communities across KELOLAND are at risk.
Scientists first detected the invasive insect in Michigan in 2002. Since then it's spread, killing tens-of-millions ash trees and costing homeowners and communities billions of dollars.
In our KELOLAND News Special Report, we ask the experts your questions. We're also going to show you the warning signs to make sure you know exactly what to look for. And we want to make sure you understand your options so you can make an informed decision about what to do with your trees. Visit our special coverage page for additional resources on the Emerald Ash Borer
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The Emerald Ash Borer has arrived in Sioux Falls.