ST. PAUL, MN (KDAL) - The Minnesota Department of Agriculture will be implementing a gypsy moth quarantine for Lake and Cook Counties on the first of July to help slow the spread of one of America's most destructive tree pests. Outdoor items in the counties such as logs, firewood, camping equipment and patio furniture must be inspected and certified as gypsy moth free before they can be moved to non-quarantined areas. Campers and those who live in or visit the area will need to self inspect items before they are moved out of the quarantined area while firewood, pulp wood and logs will be regulated by the U-S Department of Agriculture.
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