Are ash trees doomed?

Ash trees have been part of North American and European forest landscapes for millennia. Yet, they are now under threats from invasive pests and pathogens (ash dieback and the emerald ash borer). I report here some updated information on ash’s conservation status and their battle for survival in our landscapes.

The post is published in the website Forest Monitor

Here’s the link to the post

Marco Mina
Marco Mina
Postdoctoral fellow

Forest ecologist, cross-country skier and mountain lover.