Ash Dieback (Chalara fraxinea) was national news in late 2012. If you are wondering whether it has gone away, we're afraid the answer is no - it is simply that the symptoms (and therefore its spread) can't be easily spotted during the winter. Expect to be hearing a lot more in the news from July onwards.
As members of both the Landscape Institute Technical Committee and Hull and East Yorkshire Woodlands (HEYwoods) steering group, we thought it would be useful to let land owners know what they can do, in the long term, to offset the worst effects of Ash Dieback.
We have produced a dedicated web-page here, with a download link to our joint publication with HEYwoods - get it now and start planning to plant trees!