- Tree pest and disease alerts and advisory notes
- Scientific and technical publications
- Corporate publications and minutes
- Major funding to fight back against ash dieback
Fast track funding has been awarded to a new consortium of researchers for studying ash dieback fungus.
- Urban trees can help combat climate change temperature rises in cities
New report published describing how urban trees can help combat climate change temperature rises in cities.
Recent media releases
|Scots Urged To Get Behind Tree Survey And Tree Buddy Initiative||Environment & Climate Change Minister, Paul Wheelhouse, is urging people across Scotland to get involved with a UK-wide initiative that aims to build a comprehensive picture of tree health issues. - 21/05/2013|
|Chalara Dieback Of Ash – Spotting Spring Symptoms||The Forestry Commission has posted a video online showing the symptoms to look for at this time of year to check whether ash trees have Chalara dieback - 15/05/2013|
|Aerial Spraying To Tackle Pest Caterpillars In Woodland Near Pangbourne||The Forestry Commission is planning aerial spraying of an area of woodland near Pangbourne in West Berkshire during May, and is reassuring residents that it poses no risk to human or animal health. - 03/05/2013|
|Keith Oates Appointed Forestry Commissioner||Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of Keith Oates as a Forestry Commissioner for England. - 30/04/2013|
|Alert Over Caterpillar Pest In London And Berkshire||People in West, South-West and South London, as well as Pangbourne in Berkshire, are being reminded not to touch caterpillars of the oak processionary moth, which are beginning to emerge in oak trees in these locations. - 29/04/2013|