Ash Dieback Monitoring

At present, it seems that the west of England is suffering significantly less from Ash Dieback than the east. This may result from a variety of factors including location, genetic characteristics and sources of recolonisation after the Ice Age. As a measure to facilitate the monitoring of any changes, Ewan has drawn and will continue to draw annually four Ash trees of differing appearance which were planted in the Golden Copse, established in Sidmouth to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Queen in 2002.

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