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1ST NOVEMBER 2017, NATIONAL SCHOOL OF FORESTRY, AMBLESIDE

We have chosen our speakers carefully to provide relevant advice on how to respond to ash dieback. The conference has drawn together experts including Vikki Bengtsson from the Swedish Ancient Trees Forum, forest pathologist Iben Margrete Thomsen of the University of Copenhagen and plant health officer Barnaby Wylder of the Forestry Commission. We will also get an update on trials from Matthew Parratt of Forest Research, plus Matt Elliot on how the Woodland Trust have managed dieback on their estate from a landscape conservation point of view. The authors of the immensely useful and practical paper, Ecological impacts of ash dieback and mitigation methods (Forestry Commission research note 29), Alice Broome and Ruth Mitchell will also be on hand to answer your questions.

To book, please fill in a booking form and return to info@cumbriawoodlands.co.uk

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