We are proud to offer both of our booklets for free.
To request a free physical copy of our booklets or to inquire about other tree-related resources, contact us.
A Guidebook on Invasive Pests and Winnipeg Trees: Detection, Prevention, and Preparedness (2019)
A Guidebook on Invasive Pests and Winnipeg Trees: Detection, Prevention and Preparedness will help you identify, prevent, and prepare for invasive tree pests.
This text contains information about the invasive tree pests currently threatening Winnipeg’s urban forest, including Emerald Ash Borer, Cottony Ash Psyllid, and Dutch elm disease.
You can access an electronic copy of the guidebook.
Winnipeg Forest Watch Handbook (2012)
The Winnipeg Forest Watch Handbook is a basic tree guide for homeowners.
This text has information on tree identification, planting, pruning, and includes photos of the most common tree pests and other problems in Winnipeg.
You can access the electronic copy of the handbook.
For more information on City of Winnipeg services, including caterpillar spray programs, Dutch elm disease management, tree removals, and more:
For a broader perspective of forestry activities and programs throughout Manitoba:
- Province of Manitoba Sustainable Development – Forestry and Peatlands Branch
- Manitoba Forestry Association
For additional information about emerald ash borer:
For more information about the tree care industry, arborist training, and how to find an arborist:
See how others are working to prevent Dutch elm disease in Western Canada: