People in the Peak District are being asked to notify park authories if they have planted any ash trees in the past six years.
It is part of a national appeal to identify areas that may have been affected by the ash dieback disease (chalara fraxinea).
The Peak District National Park Authority is urging people to clean their footwear, clothing, bicycles or buggies, to make sure that they don't transfer any infected spores from one area to another.
There are 900 hectares of ash woodland in the Dales, which if they are infected could lead to a loss of wild flowers, insects, mammals and birds.
The Authority asks that anyone who has planted ash in the past six years should call the Customer Service number on 01629 816200 or email email@example.com.
Providing a name, contact details and the site location.
Symptoms of the disease can be checked through the Forestry Commission's website.
And any discovery of the disease should be reported directly to them on 0131 314 6414 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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