In the week that AshTag relaunched to enable citizens to report both healthy and diseased ash trees Chalara fraxinea or ash dieback, was discovered in a thirteenth county in England.
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The one thousandth tree has been registered on the TreeWatch website, reflecting increasing interest in our citizen science initiative.
We are delighted to launch our latest initiative today: TreeWatch. TreeWatch is a ‘citizen science’ project that aims, with the help of the public, to keep a watchful eye on the health of trees across Europe. It is being launched as a pilot for 2010 in partnership with the Tree Council and Earthwatch, and in…