Tag Archives: Ash dieback

Photo of school children planting a tree at County Hall

VideoTree planting initiatives take root

Devon County Council has teamed up with the Woodland Trust and the Devon Ash Dieback Resilience Forum to encourage communities and landowners to take part in free tree planting initiatives

Posted on: 5 December 2019 | Posted in: Environment| 12 Comments

Pupils mark National Tree Week and ‘Big Climate Fightback’ with tree planting

Pupils from St Leonard’s Primary School and representatives from the Devon Youth Parliament will be helping to plant ten trees on Friday 29 November at County Hall

Posted on: 27 November 2019 | Posted in: Environment| No Comments
Ash dieback

Video“My tree, my responsibility” campaign launched to tackle Ash dieback

Devon County Council has launched its “My tree, my responsibility” campaign, supported by the Devon Ash Dieback Resilience Forum, to encourage landowners with ash trees to inspect them for Ash dieback

Posted on: 8 July 2019 | Posted in: Environment
Photo of field with new trees planted

Tree planting scheme to replace trees lost through Ash dieback

Devon County Council is supporting the landowner at Lower Ashculme Farm near Hemyock to plant a small copse of native, broadleaved trees and shrubs, to replace trees that will be lost through Ash dieback

Posted on: 25 February 2019 | Posted in: Environment

Ash dieback infected trees to be felled as a safety precaution

Around 26 Ash dieback infected trees will be removed from alongside stretches of the North Devon Link Road

Posted on: 23 November 2018 | Posted in: Environment

Devon takes proactive approach in managing Ash dieback

Plans to manage the risk of Ash dieback in Devon to protect public safety have been approved by councillors

Posted on: 16 May 2018 | Posted in: Environment

Council to consider plans for extra tree inspections

A report to Devon County Council’s Cabinet is recommending additional tree inspections are carried out in Devon in order to manage the risk of Ash dieback

Posted on: 9 May 2018 | Posted in: Environment