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We are always happy to receive enquiries, however due to the high volume of requests you might experience a long delay in our reply. To minimise this we have compiled a list of resources below where you might find answers to your questions without having to contact us.
Many of our enquiries fall into common topic areas. You are likely to find the answers to the following topics at the links shown:
For media queries between 9am and 6pm on weekdays, please telephone 0330 041 6560
Pest and diseases, and tree health in general:
Reporting issues/concerns with the health of trees in general (link to TreeAlert)
Enquiries on a range of pest and disease
Enquiries on Chalara Ash Dieback
Enquiries on Acute Oak Decline
Enquiries on Oak Processionary Moth
Plant, Tree, Soil, and Water testing:
Enquiries about what we may be able to help with
The forest estate (Forest Research is not a land manager):
Enquiries relating to forested land –
Work experience/jobs/student enquiries, etc.:
Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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