Ash Dieback: an Action Plan Toolkit
A strategic and co-ordinated local response is required to deal with the multiple issues that ash dieback presents.
The Tree Council has developed a four-point plan to help local authorities fight ash dieback, the most significant tree disease to hit the UK since Dutch Elm disease emerged in the 1970s. The plan is designed to raise awareness of the disease, help councils create local action plans. It’s also designed to identify best practice for managing non-woodland trees and advise on recovery and creation of alternative treescapes.
Ash dieback resources
Whether you want to know how to spot ash dieback in your own trees or you work in an organisation that manages ash trees, check out our publications for more guidance.
Local authority action plan toolkit
A practical four-point plan to help local authorities fight ash dieback.
If you have ash trees on land which you own or manage, you may need to consider the impact ash dieback disease will have on those trees. Read our simple guidance to find out more.