Friday 8 March 2013
What was the event?
Ash dieback (Chalara fraxinea) has been confirmed in the wider environment within the Chilterns area. In addition, Oak Processionary Moth, Acute Oak Decline and other pests, diseases and climate change have the potential to make a significant impact on the trees and woodlands of the Chilterns and surrounding areas in terms of ecology, landscape and management.
Trees and woodlands are a vital part of our landscape, ecology and economy. Thuis conference presented the latest information and invited you to work with us, the CLA, NFU, CONFOR, ICF, RFS, Arboricultural Association and others to identify how, together, we can increase resilience to maintain and enhance our trees and woodlands for the future.
Expert presenters included:
- Pathology: Dr Joan Webber, Forest Research, Principal Pathologist
- Silviculture: Dr Gary Kerr, Forest Research, Principal Silviculturist
Who was the event suitable for?
All those involved in the management of trees, woods and forests (rural or urban) in the Chilterns.
Where did the event take place?
Berkshire Agricultural College
Maidenhead SL6 6QR
For further information please contact Jeanette Hawkins:
Tel: 01483 326200