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Dr. Donald A. Eggen

Wrong Dr. Donald A. Eggen?

Chief of the Forest Pest Manageme...

Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and National Resources
Phone: (717) ***-****  
Email: d***@***.gov
Local Address:  Middletown , Pennsylvania , United States
Pennsylvania Department of Conservation
400 Market Street
Harrisburg , Pennsylvania 17105
United States

 
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  • Ph.D.
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r Don Eggen, Chief of the ...
www.lockhaven.com, 2 Feb 2016 [cached]
r Don Eggen, Chief of the Forest Pest Management Division, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and National Resources (DCNR).
"Hemlocks are what we call a ...
www.bayjournal.com, 8 June 2015 [cached]
"Hemlocks are what we call a foundation species," said Donald Eggen, forest health manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
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Hemlocks and trout go hand in hand," Eggen said.
Tree Top Times Blog | Mountain High Tree, Lawn, and Landscape | Denver | Page 2
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Donald A. Eggen, Forest Health Manager, Pennsylvania DCNR, Bureau of Forestry
Invasive Species?
Today's News
www.prnewswire.com, 18 June 2002 [cached]
Purchase of the beetles, which cost $2 each, and their release and study are part of an effort to curtail the hemlock woolly adelgid's spread and damage, said Dr. Donald A. Eggen, chief of the Bureau of Forestry's Forest Pest Management Division.
The bureau and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Forest Service have initiated a hemlock management plan, while also examining effectiveness of selective insecticide application, Eggen said.
The hemlock woolly adelgid first were found in the eastern United States in Virginia in 1956, and they invaded Pennsylvania by the mid-1960s.Small, soft-bodied insects closely related to aphids, exotic adelgids have few natural enemies in the eastern United States.They feed on young branches, resulting in premature needle drop and branch dieback.
The USDA Forest Service is providing $20,000 to fund the purchase of about 10,000 of the beetles from insect-rearing laboratories.DCNR is providing $140,000 for the remaining 70,000 beetles.
Don Eggen, Chief of the ...
www.lewistownsentinel.com, 1 Feb 2016 [cached]
Don Eggen, Chief of the Forest Pest Management Division, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and National Resources.
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