The loss of millions of trees to ash dieback disease threatens to have a dramatic impact on our landscape and wildlife, according to a new report.
The South East and East Anglia are the worst hit areas – but it’s spreading and, within a generation, every tree could be wiped out.
But the Woodland Trust is fighting back. A tree growing pilot is being targeted at five counties – including Kent and East Sussex. Sarah Saunders reports.
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