Here in PA the hemlock blight (Woolly Adelgid) is destroying hemlocks by the acre. My wife and I are planning on building a house on 15 acres that is primarily located in a hemlock forest. The Woolly Adelgid has no natural predators outside of Asia and the northeast, sprays and the like are not suited for woodland application, and the only reasonable option seems to be a predator beetle from Japan that is currently not available to private landowners. It has been in the past, but private labs have been closed and the government/university labs only release beetles on state lands. So as you can imagine, I'm in quite a bind. Though it would seem that I have a vast supply of potential firewood, I'd rather not see my property go from being a beautiful hemlock forest to scrubby open land. Any ideas?