An exhibition is being held at Malvern Library highlighting the impacts of Ash Dieback disease.
The Living Shadows project, curated by Reparative Land Artist Juliet Mootz, identifies the effects of ash dieback on the local community and how the environment changes as the disease progresses.
On Tuesday 10th January, 6pm to 7pm, a free event is being held at Malvern Library to open the conversation about ash dieback disease. Other speakers at the event include:
- Johnny Birks, mammal expert and ecologist
- Beck Baker, Community and Conservation Officer, Malvern Hills Trust
- Chris Lewis-Farley, Tree and Landscape Officer, Malvern Hills District Council
All are welcome to join and find out more.