Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine
East Goshen Township needs YOUR help with an invasive insect species that is plaguing our area and threatening our native flora! The township’s intern, Gabrielle, is running a Spotted Lanternfly awareness campaign and encourages you to check out her research project she has been working on during her graduate studies at West Chester University by clicking on the link below:
Her website is meant to serve as a guide on how to effectively identify and manage Spotted Lanternfly infestations. The township office is also providing numerous resources such as educational brochures and egg mass scrape cards, so stop by to learn more and have a chat with Gabrielle!
As required per the Chester County Quarantine order, residents should check quarantined objects before moving them either back inside or within and outside of the quarantine zones, click here to download and print the SLF Compliance Checklist.
Residents who are interested in contributing to Gabrielle’s data collection project, residents who are currently experiencing symptoms of an infestation, or have knowledge of current infestations occurring within the township are strongly encouraged to contact Gabrielle by phone:
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org