Pioneering project to tackle ash dieback launches International Year of Plant Health

Three thousand trees have been planted in Hampshire as part of a pioneering project to tackle the devastating tree disease, ash dieback.

by Matthew Appleby
Image: Future Forests Trust
Image: Future Forests Trust

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