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Alice Mandt

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Coordinator

Kentucky Division of Water

HQ Phone:  (502) 564-3410

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Kentucky Division of Water

300 Sower Blvd. 3rd Fl.

Frankfort, Kentucky,40601

United States

Company Description

1) The KDOW, with guidance from US EPA Region 4, has been involved in development of the 303(d) list and prioritization of listed waters for TMDL development. The waterbody assessments are conducted by using data and information from several sources. Please re...more

Background Information

Employment History

Instructors

Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives


State Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Coordinator

state Division of Forestry


Affiliations

Kentucky EPPC

Board Member


Web References(9 Total References)


KY-EPPC - Kentucky Exotic Pest Plant Council

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Alice Mandt
Kentucky Division of Forestry alice.mandt@ky.gov


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Alice Mandt
Instructor- Alice Mandt, Kentucky Division of Forestry


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LONDON - Walking through a grove of towering hemlock trees in the Daniel Boone National Forest, Alice Mandt stopped to pick up a small branch that had fallen to the ground.
The hemlock needles on the branch were green and healthy. Mandt smiled. "Hopefully we won't find it today; that would be good," she said. Mandt, left, and Scheff inspected a hemlock branch in Angel Hollow to check for infestation. Jim Scheff of Kentucky Heartwood, left, and Alice Mandt, Kentucky Division of Forestry's hemlock woolly adelgid coordinator, checked hemlock trees in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Laurel County. To volunteer, or to find out more about treating trees on your property, call Alice Mandt at (502) 564-4496 or 1-800-866-0555. Mandt, who used to work at the Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission, recently was hired by the Division of Forestry as the state hemlock woolly adelgid coordinator. Her task: Working with other state agencies to protect trees in a few high-priority areas from an exotic pest that has proven to be unstoppable in other states, and reaching out to private landowners to explain how they can protect their trees. The day before her visit to Angel Hollow west of London, Mandt had been part of a group that applied insecticide to the soil around 500 trees in Kentucky Ridge State Forest in Bell County. She hopes to find private landowners through county extension agents to sell them on the notion that it would be cheaper to spend $10 to treat a tree with an insecticide that would last for a couple of years than it would be to remove a dead tree. No one, including Mandt, has any illusions about saving all the state's estimated 71 million hemlocks. But she views her job with optimism. "What I would like to see us do is save as many of these high-priority areas as we can, and kind of make them close together for later, when more options become available," she said.


Kentucky State Parks | Kentucky Blog - Genuine Kentucky

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Beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Friday evening in the Woodland Center, Alice Mandt, hemlock woolly adelgid coordinator for the Kentucky Division of Forestry, will speak about the status of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in Kentucky.


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"If private landowners don't step up, there's going to be a massive loss of hemlock in Kentucky," said Alice Mandt, coordinator of the hemlock woolly adelgid program for the state Division of Forestry.
The ecology in some of the most biologically diverse places in the state would be fundamentally altered if the hemlocks aren't saved, Mandt said. The trees grow along streams and other damp areas and keep water and soil temperatures lower, helping several species, including trout. Tree branches also provide cover and nesting areas for birds. "We'd like to be overwhelmed with private landowner calls" seeking help, Mandt said.


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