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Arboriculture News 24th September 2020
 

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England Tree Strategy needs "intelligent" targets, says Royal Town Planning Institute England Tree Strategy needs "intelligent" targets, says Royal Town Planning Institute
 
 
Ash dieback found in 40% of trees inspected on the Isle of Wight Ash dieback found in 40% of trees inspected on the Isle of Wight
 
 
Tilhill launches online carbon trading and offsetting marketplace Tilhill launches online carbon trading and offsetting marketplace
 
 
Oak Processionary Moth spreads to Ireland and Channel Islands, and could have been under-reported on UK mainland Oak Processionary Moth spreads to Ireland and Channel Islands, and could have been under-reported on UK mainland
 
 
National Trust launches #EveryoneNeedsNature fundraising campaign National Trust launches #EveryoneNeedsNature fundraising campaign
 
 
Xylella found at French nursery Xylella found at French nursery
 
 
Online gardening sales up 286% in August Online gardening sales up 286% in August
 
 
Warm spring creates perfect conditions for Eden Project’s fruit trees Warm spring creates perfect conditions for Eden Project’s fruit trees
 
 
Government’s draft Tree Strategy 'woefully inadequate', says Rewilding Britain Government’s draft Tree Strategy 'woefully inadequate', says Rewilding Britain
 
 
Greater access to green areas could save the NHS billions, says Environment Agency Greater access to green areas could save the NHS billions, says Environment Agency
 
 
Open Spaces Society criticises compliance plans for monitoring agricultural grants Open Spaces Society criticises compliance plans for monitoring agricultural grants
 
 
Westonbirt arboretum to promote diversity through nature-themed art exhibition Westonbirt arboretum to promote diversity through nature-themed art exhibition
 
 
Radio Four's You and Yours reports on Horticulture Week readership boom Radio Four's You and Yours reports on Horticulture Week readership boom
 
 
Garden company fined after saw injury
 
 
Society of Garden Designers' newest sustainable design award open to everybody Society of Garden Designers' newest sustainable design award open to everybody
 
 
National School of Forestry student wins £250 Tilhill award for best dissertation National School of Forestry student wins £250 Tilhill award for best dissertation
 
 
Construction officially begins on first phase of HS2 Construction officially begins on first phase of HS2
 
 
NFU calls for legislative change to combat rural crimes NFU calls for legislative change to combat rural crimes
 
 
Charity publishes Covid tree planting guidelines ahead of winter season Charity publishes Covid tree planting guidelines ahead of winter season
 
 
Writtle University College achieves 100% student satisfaction rating for horticulture degree Writtle University College achieves 100% student satisfaction rating for horticulture degree
 
 
ALVA calls for reduction of social distancing and extension of furloughing for garden attractions ALVA calls for reduction of social distancing and extension of furloughing for garden attractions
 
 
Spaces available for RHS show gardens at Hampton Court and Tatton Park 2021 Spaces available for RHS show gardens at Hampton Court and Tatton Park 2021
 
 
Birmingham Botanical Gardens takes on two trainee gardeners Birmingham Botanical Gardens takes on two trainee gardeners
 
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How far will £50m stretch in modernising one of Scotland’s most popular attractions?
How far will £50m stretch in modernising one of Scotland’s most popular attractions?
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