The Forestry Commission identified a breeding population of the eight-toothed spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus) in Kent
A prestigious Forestry Commission award which recognises the importance of integrating trees into developments has been won by one of the UK’s leading arboricultural companies.
A clarion call from the Arboricultural Association to the All-Party Parliamentary Gardening and Horticulture Group (APPGHG) in Victoria Tower Gardens on Tuesday 18 July 2017 from 9.30am to 11.00am....
The Observatree project was named best community/volunteer initiative at the Horticulture Week awards.
Sweet chestnut blight, a disease that affects sweet chestnut trees, has been found in South East London, the UK Government’s Chief Plant Health Officer has confirmed.
People in parts of London and the South East are being reminded to look out for and report caterpillars of the Oak Processionary Moth (OPM), which could be damaging oak trees in the area.
Notification of an outbreak of sweet chestnut blight in the South West and four 5km zones that are subject to movement restrictions.
Following findings of sweet chestnut blight in parts of Devon, UK plant health authorities have introduced a prohibition on the movement of sweet chestnut and oak material within three 5km zones in...
Customers joining Britain’s leading green energy company, Ecotricity, can support new conservation projects in England’s national woods and forests.
AA Chairman Keith Sacre is among the speakers on 9th March 2017. The event aims to provide up to date information on the recent and imminent tree health threats in London and SE England, and...