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Gypsy Moths


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Description In 1982, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors responded to the threat of gypsy moth by creating an agency to develop and implement strategies that protect the county' forest resources and shade trees on both private and public lands. The Forest Pest Branch uses the Integrated Pest Management approach to monitor and control this pest, including a variety of biological, mechanical and chemical suppression methods
Public Web: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/environmental/forest_pest.htm
Email: Gypsy Moths
Program or Service of: Land Development Services


Phone Numbers
Primary Phone #: 703-324-5304 TTY: 711



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