Wendover Woods – Oxon & Bucks Division
In the morning, we'll look at the management of tree safety especially Ash Dieback on a busy visitor site with steep slopes. We will also look at the management of increasing risk of wildfire with a visit to 2022 fire site and a chance to share reflections on this risk. In the afternoon, there will be a discussion on the Ips Typographus with visit to pheromone traps and the wider view of other pests/threats in the Chilterns. This visit is hosted by Forestry England.
For more information regarding this meeting please contact the local Honorary Secretary, Tim Shardlow, on firstname.lastname@example.org
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