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Ash dieback

On alert for tree health

28 February 2017
Monitoring tree health and protecting our trees, woods and forests from pests and diseases has become increasingly important. This is because a... Read more about On alert for tree health
Howard Street trees

Meeting Salford's remarkable anti-storm trees

07 February 2017
Howard Street in Salford is an ordinary street of new build houses with some unusual trees – a 'living laboratory' of London Plane trees... Read more about Meeting Salford's remarkable anti-storm trees
Tree Planting at the Countess - N4H flag landscape

Chester residents plant woodland and back new Charter

24 January 2017
200 people planted 2000 trees on Sunday - creating a woodland that will benefit both wildlife and future generations in of Chester residents. The... Read more about Chester residents plant woodland and back new Charter
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Residents invited to dig in at the Countess of Chester Country Park

13 January 2017
Local residents are being encouraged to help green their local area by mucking in at a community tree planting event. The tree planting event will... Read more about Residents invited to dig in at the Countess of Chester Country Park
love-trees

What do trees mean to you?

12 January 2017
The Mersey Forest is home to 1.7m people – many living in dense urban areas where tree planting has made a huge difference to quality of... Read more about What do trees mean to you?

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