Embracing Tree Health Monitoring

Michigan’s Sentinel
Tree Network

The “Eyes on the Forest” program relies on volunteers like you to monitor Sentinel Trees across the state for signs of invasive forest pests. Read on to learn how you can make a difference.

Important
Threats

To keep these unwanted pests out of Michigan we need help from people like you to be part of a network of volunteers who monitor Sentinel Trees across the state.

Our goal is to recruit volunteers who agree to “adopt” an individual tree, and report on the condition of the tree once or twice a year.

Changes in the condition of your Sentinel Tree could be important clues that lead to the detection of invasive forest pests and diseases. The greater the number of Sentinel Tree reports, the greater the chance of keeping these extremely damaging pests and diseases out of Michigan!

Asian Longhorn Beetle
Hemlock Wooly Adelgid
Spotted Lantern Fly

 

 

Become A Volunteer

Create an Eyes on the Forest Account!

 

ATTENTION LANDOWNERS!

Report Your HWA Sightings Today

Use Our New Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Public Survey Form

  • Don’t forget to have your phone handy so that you can snap a picture and include it with your report.

  • Get Started – Click the Icon Below

Watching the Forest
at Woodland School

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