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There might be some financial help available from the country governments in the United Kingdom for owners of woodland affected by ramorum disease, caused by the Phytophthora ramorum organism.
Some support for landowners is available under the Countryside Stewardship scheme. Information is provided in the following capital item guides:
If you are located in the North West, West Midlands or London and the South East, you may be eligible for grant support to help with felling, restocking trees and support for biosecurity and infrastructure items, and funding for foresty/land agent advice to help you respond to this SPHN. To find out if you are eligible to apply please see here: Tree health pilot scheme 2023 – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk), email email@example.com or contact your local Woodland Officer.
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