Our second stakeholder workshop took place at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) in December 2015. Over 34 participants from policy, practice and research took part in the workshop. To read the report of the workshop, click here. Presentations are available below. rsz_img_1716.jpg   An update on the PROTREE project progress - Stephen Cavers A practitioner's perspective - Robert Clamp Plant health in Scotland - Jane Chard An update on the work on Dothistroma - Ennos,…
The PROTREE project's 2nd stakeholder workshop will take place on Monday 7th December, at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. The day will include:   - an update on activities of the PROTREE project - an interactive workshop on the theme of 'Taking action on Dothistroma: What do we know? What can be done?’ - and a session on resilience.   Lunch and refreshments will be provided.   More details will come your way soon, but in the meantime please pop the date in your diaries and let jyo@ceh.ac.…
PROTREE Press Release
New press release describing the PROTREE project.  
Visit to Alba Trees
We had a great afternoon at Alba Trees a few weeks ago. The aim of the visit was to see how the nursery is operating, how they are cultivating their trees and controlling pest and diseases, etc. We were hoping that such activities will help us to better understand nursery problems, needs and goals as well as identify possible areas of cooperation between research and stakeholders. Many thanks to all who made the visit such a success!  
The first stakeholder workshop took place at CEH in December 2014.  Workshop Report Introduction - Stephen Cavers (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology) The Tree Health Landscape in Scotland - Hugh Clayden (Forestry Commission) Social and Economic Analyses of DNB Disease Management - Chris Quine (Forest Research)  

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