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Imperial College London
Coordinator of THSCN, Observatree volunteer with a general interest in tree health citizen science research and policy.
Animal & Plant Health Agency
APHA lead for the wider environment including delivering of surveys and managing outbreaks of plant pests & diseases.
Observatree Board member – supportive of citizen science, volunteer development and using survey data to complement wider plant health activities and knowledge of P&Ds
Observatree Project Manager & Landscape and Environmental Scientist
Royal Horticultural Society, RHS Wisley
Plant pathologist and citizen science researcher involved with projects on widespread participation in tree health surveying: Check a Sweet Chestnut of Project HOMED, RHS Honey Fungus Hunt.
Started research on germination & dormancy of barley in the whiskey industry 1962-70 and been dealing with trees since 1970 when I joined Forest Research as Seeds Research and then Principal Seeds Officer.
From 1981 till 2001 started and ran a private tree seed company (Forestart).
Since retiring I have volunteered with the National Trust (recording ancient trees) then with the Woodland Trust recording trees (Ancient Tree Inventory) and since about 2008 monitoring tree health via ObervaTree.
Woodland Trust & Observatree
Volunteer manager for Observatree and tree health evidence officer at the Woodland Trust.
CAWR, Coventry University
Research assistant: HOMED project, Check-a-Sweet-Chestnut, Observatree volunteer, Warwick Tree Warden volunteer
Head of Forest Research Wales
Fera Science Limited
Plant health and biosecurity consultant, responsible for developing plant health professional skills and education. Involved in OPAL Tree health survey, the International Plant Sentinel Network and Observatree.
Involved in Observatree since its inception, current Board member
Head of Tree Health Diagnostic & Advisory Service
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Researcher with an ecological focus, who is interested in the whole system of citizen science: it’s benefits to people and for science; how best to use citizen science for specific purposes; using the data for robust ecological science for decision-making. Works to build the evidence base for the best use of citizen science, but also interested in new innovations in citizen science.
Forest pathology technician and Lab manager
The Tree Health Centre at the Yorkshire Arboretum
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew partner garden.
Observatree Associate and International Plant Sentinel Network Member.
Providing specialist training focused on the development of a healthy treescape from our stunning 3000+ collection of tree and shrub taxa.
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