Ash trees are street trees found in communities throughout New Jersey and native in riparian woodlands.
To identify a tree as ash, it has a compound leaf with five, seven, nine or 11 leaflets. Use the links below to assist you in determining if a tree is an ash. You may also contact your local Rutgers Cooperative Extension office.
- Identifying Ash Trees
- Michigan State Extension Fact Sheet on Identifying Ash Trees
- New Jersey Ash Density Map
Report signs of the beetle to the Department of Agriculture