26 March 2013
What was the event?
This was one of three events to be held across Scotland in March:
- 22 March: Grantown-on-Spey
- 25 March: Moffat
- 26 March: University of Stirling (this event)
This event provided key stakeholders with an update on the status of the chalara fraxinea (Ash Dieback) disease in Scotland and your local area, how the disease is being monitored, highlight guidance on how to identify/manage diseased woodland.
This event was run by Forestry Commission Scotland. It involved presentations and discussion from Hugh Clayden, Tree Health Policy Advisor, Forestry Commission Scotland and Dr Steven Hendry, Forest Research. Perth and Argyll Conservancy, Syd House, chaired the event.
Programme details and registration form (PDF-50K)
Who was the event suitable for?
All those involved in the management of trees, woods and forests in Scotland.
Where did the event take place?
Stirling Management Centre
University of Stirling
Stirling, FK9 4LA
For further information please contact:
Forestry Commission Scotland
Perth and Argyll Conservancy