Research Studies of the Institute for Cooperative BioBalance®

Here is some information about just two of the Cooperative BioBalance research studies.  For more information about other studies, please go to:

Northeast USA Ash Trees and Emerald Ash Borer Sites

As of 2015, these are the research sites for the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Tree project.

As of 2015, these are the research sites for the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Tree project.

Ash trees are threatened by a non-native insect: the Emerald Ash Borer. At multiple sites in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey, Dr. Jim Conroy is conducting research showing the the insect, Ash trees, and people can co-exist based on the principle of Live and Let Live.

Click on the map to go to an overview about the study.

 

 

 

 

Colorado Lodgepole Pine and Pine Bark Beetle Study Overview

Research Studies for Cooperative BioBalance

Winter Park, Colorado, Lodgepole Pine and Pine Bark Beetle Research sites

Vail CO Aerial Research Sites

Vail, Colorado, research sites.

Lodgepole Pine trees on many private properties in Fraser, Winter Park, and Vail, Colorado, have been the subjects of a long-term study by Dr. Jim Conroy.  He has shown that healthy trees can withstand the presence of multiple “hits” by the Pine Bark Beetle.  The insect, trees, and people can more than co-exist; they can thrive together.

Click on the map to go to an overview about the study.

 

 

 

 

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