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TreeWatch international

posted on May 27, 2011

Interest in TreeWatch beyond the UK continues to grow.  The first tree in Italy was adopted this week: a Quercus pubescens near Salerno in the south of the country.  read more

It coincided with our addition of the Google Translate tools to the TreeWatch website.  This enables the entire website to be automatically translated to a multitude of different European and other languages.  According to our latest and Italian TreeWatch volunteer, the translation is not perfect but does a reasonable job.

It is vital that any monitoring of tree health has an international perspective as environmental change of all forms, whether climate change or pests and diseases, has no respect for national boundaries.  We hope that interest in TreeWatch will continue to grow beyond the UK and help us play a role in securing a future for trees.

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