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Annual Major Forest Insect and Disease Conditions in the United States

The Annual Forest Insect and Disease Conditions Reports have been published annually since 1955. Reports cover forest health on all ownerships and therefore involve collaboration between State and Federal agencies. The reports are based on the most current and sound information available from various survey, monitoring, and inventory programs as well as other data. The reports provide a national summary of the major changes and status of the top forest pests each year with updated charts, tables, and maps.

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Publication cover from a Forest Insect & Disease Conditions Report

National Reports of Forest Insect and Disease Conditions in the United States
REPORTS BY YEAR
1955 (5 MB PDF) 1957 (4.5 MB PDF) 1958 (5.6 MB PDF) 1961 (5.3 MB PDF) 1962 (10.6 MB PDF)
1963 (6.2 MB PDF) 1964 (6 MB PDF) 1965 (6.8 MB PDF) 1966 (14 MB PDF) 1967 (10 MB PDF)
1968 (12.5 MB PDF) 1969 (12.4 MB PDF) 1970 (8 MB PDF) 1971 (8.2 MB PDF) 1972 (13 MB PDF)
1973 (18.5 MB PDF) 1974 (17.6 MB PDF) 1975 (13.5 MB PDF) 1976 (13.6 MB PDF) 1977 (26 MB PDF)
1978 (24 MB PDF) 1979 (27.6 MB PDF) 1980 (3.4 MB PDF) 1981 (5 MB PDF) 1982 (15.6 MB PDF)
1983 (5.6 MB PDF) 1984 (4 MB PDF) 1985 (8 MB PDF) 1986 (12.4 MB PDF) 1987 (5.8 MB PDF)
1988 (3 MB PDF) 1989 (4.6 MB PDF) 1990 (4.5 MB PDF) 1991 (3.7 MB PDF) 1992 (5 MB PDF)
1993 (2 MB PDF) 1994 (2.6 MB PDF) 1995 (4 MB PDF) 1996 (4 MB PDF) 1997 (4.2 MB PDF)
1998 (4 MB PDF) 1999 (827 KB PDF) 2000 (869 KB PDF) 2001 (908 KB PDF) 2002 (2.5 MB PDF)
2003 (1.5 MB PDF) 2004 (2 MB PDF) 2005 (2.2 MB PDF) 2006 (1.6 MB PDF) 2007 (5 MB PDF)
2008 (4.3 MB PDF) 2009 (8 MB PDF) 2010 (22 MB PDF) 2011 (31 MB PDF) 2012 (18 MB PDF)
2013 (7 MB PDF) 2014 (3 MB PDF) 2015 (3 MB PDF) 2016 (3.5 MB PDF) 2017 (6.5 MB PDF)
2018 (23 MB PDF)        

Regional Forest Insect and Disease Conditions in the United States

Explore regional Forest Health Protection websites.
REGION STATES WITHIN REGION
Northern Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 1) Montana, northern Idaho, North Dakota, northwestern South Dakota
Rocky Mountain Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 2) Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, eastern Wyoming
Southwestern Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 3) Arizona, New Mexico
Intermountain Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 4) southern Idaho, Nevada, Utah, western Wyoming
Pacific Southwest Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 5) California, Hawaii, Guam, Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands
Pacific Northwest Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 6) Washington, Oregon
Southern Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 8) Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virgin Islands, Virginia
Eastern Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 9) Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin
Alaska Region Opens in new window/tab
(Region 10) Alaska
International Institute of Tropical Forestry Opens in new window/tab
(IITF) Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

More FHP Reports and Publications

Forest Service National Strategic Framework for Invasive Species Management (FS-1017)(5 MB PDF)

National Strategy and Implementation Plan for Invasive Species Management (FS-805)(733 KB PDF)

America's Forests: 2009 Health Update (AIB-804)(28 MB PDF)

America's Forests: 2003 Health Update (AIB-776)(1.67 MB PDF)

Early Detection and Rapid Response Project for Non-Native Bark and Ambrosia Beetles (6 MB PDF)

Assessment of the Western Bark Beetle Initiative (354 KB PDF)

Weeds the Silent Invaders (R10-TP-121)(5.85 MB PDF)

Sudden Oak Death: Protecting America's Woodlands from Phytophthora ramorum (FS-794)(1 MB PDF)

National Framework for Managing Sudden Oak Death caused by Phytophthora ramorum in Forests and Wildlands (1.5 MB PDF)

National Framework for Emerald Ash Borer (994 KB PDF)

National Response Framework for Thousand Cankers Disease (TCD) on Walnut (1.5 MB PDF)

Western Bark Beetle Report (427 KB PDF)

Pinus Logs and Chips from Australia (736 KB PDF)

Pinus and Abies Logs from Mexico (726 KB PDF)

Eucalyptus Logs and Chips from South America (1.12 MB PDF)

Logs and Chips of Eighteen Eucalypt Species from Australia (1.68 MB PDF)

Pinus radiata, Nothofagus dombeyi, and Laurelia philippiana Logs from Chile (21 MB PDF)

Pinus radiata and Douglas-fir Logs from New Zealand - Content (5.86 MB PDF)

Pinus radiata and Douglas-fir Logs from New Zealand - Appendices (14.6 MB PDF)

Larch from Siberia and the Soviet Far East - Content (12.4 MB PDF)

Larch from Siberia and the Soviet Far East - Appendices (14.7 MB PDF)

Fires, Bark Beetles, and Healthy Forests Poster (803 KB PDF)