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Welcome to the Washingtion Institute of Dendrology Research.
To help accomplish this, we will build the Washingtion Institute of Dendrology Research Center. This research center will not be a part of any university or college, therefore we will
not have some of their funding problems. However, we may work closely with select university or college programs and with any other institute's tree pathology research program. Our pathology research facility
will be developed into an outstanding research center to help find effective ways to safely control some of the most devastating tree diseases and to eliminate their effects upon our trees.
All tree pathology and entomology research work results may be applied to the forest trees, shade trees, and fruit and nut crop trees, everywhere well beyond our extensive Pacific Northwest forests and our extensive fruit, and nut growing growing areas.
"To bring together the top tree pathologists of today and tommorrow to create better healthier forests and trees through the power of science and education."
Our plan is to research, develop and build a tree pathology and entomology research facility and to find ways to effectively control and work to eradicate tree diseases and insects that
adversely effects the health of our forest trees, shade trees and crop trees.
WE MUST STAMP OUT INVASIVE TREE DISEASES
Each year millions of dollars worth of valuable timber and other tree resources are lost because of imported or invasive tree diseases and insect damages. It is critical that effective safe means of controlling and eliminating many of these invasive tree diseases must found and applied. In addition, we must find effective means of controlling harmful insects. Beside the commercial timber tree losses, private tinber land owners, christmas tree growers, fruit and nut tree growers, tree nursuries, and homeowners lose a significant number of heathy trees each year because of tree diseases and insect activity. This means money lost and a useful and needed resource not available for use.
WE NEED YOUR HELP
Trees are an important renewable resource of our Earth. If you appreciate the natural beauty of trees and of our forests, and the warmth, strength, and durability of wood and other many tree products that we depend upon, you can help us to protect our timber trees, shade trees, fruit and nut trees, and to establish healthy forests and trees for future generation's natural resources and food needs.
Two tree diseases that we must erradicate completely are the diseases that are called the Dutch Elm disease (Ophiostoma ulmi and O. nova-ulmi) that effects the American Elm trees (Ulmus americana),
and the blight that effects the American Chestnut tree(Castanea dentata).
Join Us! We need your expertise, help and support! Join the Washingtion Institute of Dendrology Research team. Your contributions may be tax-deductible, and are always welcome and needed.
Understanding and controlling forest tree disease through pathology research and entomology research.
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This page was last updated November 24, 2012.