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You can find us on the Forestry Commission stand (no. 1670-1685) where you can explore our amazing new mobile tree health laboratory and discover a wide range of guides and decision-making tools to help you create and manage woodlands to combat climate change.
Our experts will be on hand to answer your questions, from how to look for and report signs of tree pests and diseases, to how to adapt your woodland to our changing climate.
And if you’re bringing your family, they’ll be inspired seeing science up close under the microscope in our mobile lab – and they can get to wear one of our special Forest Research lab coats!
Receive the latest updates to your phone by following us on Twitter @Forest_Research – we’ll be posting before and during the event to let you know what’s happening at our stand and to share the latest on our tree health and climate change research.
We look forward to giving you a warm and inspiring welcome!
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