The Central Indiana Land Trust bought the 150-year-old woods for $288,000.
The tree-destroying species has been spotted near Indiana, but experts say reporting signs of the insect can lead to eradication.
The Department of Natural Resources auctioned off timber rights for several state forest areas Thursday.
Indiana's oak trees tend to respond best to climate change, but other environmental factors are putting them at a disadvantage.
The Indiana Tree Project planted 10,000 in Morgan Monroe State Park on Tuesday
The bug was recently found on the ISU campus, but university officials say they have a plan combat the ash borer.
Emerald ash borers have killed more than 100 million trees in the U.S., and that correlates to a rise in human deaths, a new study finds.
The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is trying to eradicate the Emerald Ash Borers that have been found on the city's near-south side.
Emergency management officials say streams are unlikely to flood over because of the drought.
A naturalist at McCormick's Creek State Park says temperature is always the key factor in how colorful the leaf show will be.