Join us for a workshop that marks the exciting initial stage of our project aimed at tackling the devastating impact of Ash Dieback Disease.
Our goal is to create a solution that perfectly meets the needs of woodland owners, while providing them with an affordable tool for identifying and tackling disease infestations.
During the workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the aims of the project, gain valuable insights, and provide input to ensure that the solution we develop is compelling and effective. Our speakers, including Kalique Dugarte from Vertinetik, Kadmiel Maseyk and Joseph Fennell from Open University, and Simon James from Smallwoods, will provide an overview of the nature of the disease, the use of remote sensing for disease and stress detection, and the challenges of managing woodland areas affected by Ash Dieback.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be a part of the discussions around this innovative project that will help protect the economic and ecological value of Ash trees in England.