Chalara ash dieback in Scotland



An Assessment of the Potential Impacts of Ash Dieback in Scotland

This report sets out the main potential impacts of ash dieback caused by Chalara fraxinea covering the likely environmental, economic, landscape and social consequences.


Ash Dieback Risk Group Scotland

Scotland is gearing up to deal with a significant increase in damage likely to arise from ash dieback over the coming years.


Chalara Action Plan for Scotland 2018

This action plan outlines the strategic objectives and key priorities in dealing with Chalara dieback of ash in Scotland.


The management of individual ash trees affected by ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) in Scotland

Practical advice for land managers, including householders and practitioners, who have responsibility for the management of individual and small groups of ash trees, such as those in hedgerows, verges, church yards, gardens and parks. This guidance is designed to help with planning for and managing ash dieback. It can also be used for ash trees in woodland situations if they pose a risk to public safety.


The management of woodlands affected by ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) in Scotland

Practical advice for anybody with a responsibility for ash woodlands in Scotland. This guidance is designed to help land owners and managers to plan for and manage ash dieback at woodland scale