Green crabs are one of the worst invasive species, destroying seagrass, salt marshes, and shellfish populations. What's the solution?
Salt marshes absorb carbon, filter pollution and act as buffers against natural disasters, but they are threatened by sea level rise and more.
Eastern Hemlock trees, which store more carbon than many other species, are being attacked by invasive insects. Why does this matter?
Although spotted lanternflies are notorious for ravaging fruit trees and grapevines, Maddy explains why this insect is as important as it is beautiful.
The spotted lanternfly from Asia invaded the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, threatening many plants and crops. How is the public being informed?
Gypsy moths are an invasive insect species causing a lot of damage by defoliating trees, disrupting wildlife, causing skin rashes, and more.