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The Dark Hedges may be coming to you sometime soon

February 1, 2019 by Steve Cox

A tree has collapsed and fallen out of The Dark Hedges, the line of trees in Northern Ireland made famous…

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A Guide to Qualifications and Careers in Arboriculture

December 24, 2014 by Steve Cox

Arboriculture is a fascinating subject and the care and management of trees can form the basis for an immensely satisfying…

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The Bosco Verticale Project

June 4, 2014 by Steve Cox

The Bosco Verticale project, set up by Italian architect Stephano Boeri, aims to create a vertical forest around the outside…

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Yorkshire is so hard it has an iron tree!

April 18, 2014 by Steve Cox

Ai Weiwei will be exhibiting some of his sculptures in ‘a sort of field’ at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, near…

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Trees and Floods

February 17, 2014 by Steve Cox

England is on course for the wettest winter since 1766.  A succession of fierce storms, combined with high tides swept…

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Ash die-back (Chalara fraxinea)

December 14, 2013 by Steve Cox

The latest Forestry Commission information on the spread of this damaging disease is that there have been 613 cases confirmed…

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Another enemy hunts ash trees in Europe.

October 23, 2013 by Steve Cox

The pest which is currently devastating ash trees in 19 US states has been found to be established around Moscow,…

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Tree Health & Plant Biosecurity Initiative

January 29, 2013 by Steve Cox

  The Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity Expert Taskforce published its interim report in December giving recommendations for protecting our…

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Cutting down a tree is worse than fox hunting

January 14, 2013 by Steve Cox

Cutting down a tree is worse than fox hunting.  Response to Opinion article in Saturday’s Times.   The EditorThe Times3…

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