ADVERTISEMENT

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Arboricultural Association.

Share this story

Topics

#ARBatwork #ArbMatters #PledgeLessPlastic & 12 Faces of Arb 1987 storm 2018 3ATC 50th annual AA AA award AA Awards Aboricultural Association Accident accreditation advice AFL aftercare AGM Agrilus Biguttatus aid air quality Alert Alex Kirkley amenity Amenity Conference Ancient Tree Forum Annual Awards app APPGHG apprentice apprenticeship Apprenticeships Approved Approved Contractors ARB ARB Approved Contractor ARB Approved Contractors ARB at work ARB Magazine ARB Show arb training ArbAC Arboricultural Association Arboriculture arborists Arbsafe ash dieback Assessments atf Australia Autumn Review award Awards Barcham Trees Bark Beetle Bartlett Bartlett Tree Experts bats beetle beyond ism Bill Matthews biochar biodiversity biosecurity branch Branches Brexit bs5837 bursary business Call for papers Campout Canker stain of plane carbon Cavanagh CCS Cellular Confinement Systems CEnv Ceratocystis Ceratocystis platani chainsaw chalara Charles charter Charter for Trees chelsea Chelsea Flower Show Claus Mattheck climate climber climbing Colleges committees competiton conference Confor conifers conservation Consultant consultation Contractor Coroner Council Countryside Stewardship cross industry news Cryphonectria parasitica Cumbria DART Date for your diary deadwood death defra Design Devon disease document donate dothistroma draft EAC East Anglia ecology Economic Report economy Ecotricity education Electricity England EPF equipment Europe European Arboricultural Council European Wood Pastures exeter Exhibitors Fatal Fatality felling Fera Fine flood flooding Forest Research forestry Forestry Commission forests FSC Fund4Trees funding fundraiser fungi Futurebuild gardening GDPR Geocells Gov.uk government grants Green Brexit Green Infrastructure Green Infratructure guidance Guidance Note 2 guides Hazard Tree Health Helliwell Help Henry Kuppen Horse Chestnut horticulture housing HRH HRH Prince Charles HS2 HSE ICF identification Infographic InfraGreen Inspiration Intermediate Tree Inspection International Urban Forestry Congress Investigating Tree Archaeology Conference Ips typographus Irma irrigation ISA iso i-Tree IUFC Job job opportunity judgement JustGiving Karabiner Kew land-based Landscape Institute Landscape Show landscaping Lantra law Leaf Minor Lectures legal legislation licence London longevity LTOA Magazine Mayor of London MBE Melbourne Member Benefit Membership mentor Midlands moth' NASA National Geographic National Tree Safety Group National Tree Week NATO New Year’s Honours News nominations Northern Northumberland notification NTIS NTOA NTOC NTSG oak 'oak Oak Processionary Moth Oak-boring Beetle obituary Observatree occupation opm Padua parks parliament Perennial Pests and Diseases petition Phytophthora planning Planning Law planting Plumpton College policy poll Power Prince Charles Prince of Wales processionary prosecution Protect and Survive protected tree protection Qualifications Quotatis ramorum RC Registered Registered Consultant Registered Consultants Rememberance Day Report Rescue research Resilience response retrenchment review RFS rhs Ride4Research rigging Rodney Helliwell rogue tree surgeons RSFS Safety Safety Bulletin Saftey Scotland Scotland Branch Scottish Branch SDG Accord security seminars Share Sheffield Show Sierra Leone Site Guidance skills SocEnv soil soils South East South West SRWP staff statement Stationary Rope statutory STIHL strategy student Student Conference survey Sustainable Soils Alliance Sweet Chestnut sweet chestnut blight T Levels TDAG technical guide Technical Guides Technical Officers tender Thames & Chiltern The Arboricultural Association The Woodland Trust Thinking Arbs Day Timbersports Tools top-handled chainsaws,Elcoat, TPO Trading Standards trailblazer training transport Tree Tree Champion Tree Council Tree Health Tree Inspection tree loss tree management Tree of the year Tree Officer Tree officers Tree Protection tree register tree species Tree Surgeons Tree Week Treeconomics tree-felling TreeRadar trees Trees, People and the Built Environment trust' trustee Trustees TrustMark UAG Uitlity UK favourite ukas UKWAS urban forest Urban Forestry Urban Tree Cover urban trees vacancy VETcert veteran trees video Videos volunteer VTA Wales watering solutions webinars website Western Westonbirt Wharton Witley Women in Arb women in arboriculture woodland woodland trust woods World Environment Day Xylella young arborists zoo

Wales Ash Dieback Toolkit Launch

Author:  Arboricultural Association
  07/03/2019
Last Updated:  11/03/2019

You are invited to the launch of a new Toolkit to help local authorities and other agencies develop Action Plans for ash dieback. Hear from the Welsh Government, The Tree Council and other speakers, followed by a tour of the ash trees in the Botanic Garden.

Thu, 28 March 2019, 09:30 – 14:30 GMT

Location

National Botanic Garden of Wales
Middleton Hall
Llanarthne
SA32 8HN

Programme

9.30am: Arrival/Refreshments

10am: Event Commences

1pm: Sandwich Lunch

1.30pm: Garden Tour

3pm: Close

If you have any special dietary requirements, please email Geraldine, on geraldine.creaven@treecouncil.org.uk. Vegetarians will be catered for.

BOOK NOW

The Toolkit is designed to assist Local Authorities and other regional or local agencies and stakeholders to prepare an Ash Dieback Action Plan (ADAP) to respond to the problems that the affected trees will create.

This Toolkit contains resources and materials created by Local Authorities and other agencies as they prepared to manage the impacts of ash dieback.

This Toolkit will help stakeholders to produce an effective ADAP and includes examples from Local Authorities who are currently active in managing their ash trees.

Talks include:

  • Tree Health in WalesWelsh Government
  • Ash Dieback in WalesNatural Resources Wales
  • Scientific and Technical Analysis of Ash DiebackForest Research Wales
  • The Ash Dieback ToolkitThe Tree Council
  • Case Study of Local Authority Action plans and Community involvement
  • Fungal Fruiting Body research
  • Walk around gardens focusing on Ash
  • Workshop on Ash dieback planning

BOOK NOW

For full details of how to plan your trip, please see the Botanic Gardens website:

Botanic Gardens Website

If you have any questions please email geraldine.creaven@treecouncil.org.uk