We have been, and are, involved in several outreach activities.
The oak animation movie and booklet:
Always wanted to identify your leaf miners and gallers on oak? Here is the Swedish identification guide.
We currently have an outbreak of a leaf miner on oak in Stockholm and Uppsala area (Sweden). It’s local name is Snedstreckad ekstyltmal, it’s Latin name is Acrocercops brongniardella. We made some information leaflets, as well as a short movie:
An info sheet for primary school children on the impact of climate on diseases on the wood anemone (Anemone nemorosa).
Fact sheet on coffee leaf rust (Hemileia vastatrix) on coffee in southwestern Ethiopia, aimed at the local farmers:
- Fact sheet in English
- Fact sheet in Afaan oromo
- A t-shirt with the four main fungal coffee diseases in southwestern Ethiopia
Policy briefs on our coffee research in southwestern Ethiopia:
- Policy brief on trade-offs: ‘Is it possible to conserve biodiversity and produce coffee on the same farm?‘
- Policy brief on coffee disease management: ‘Fungal diseases on coffee: implications for management’
Here a link to the Oak bodyguard project involving schools and scientists across Europe, in which we participate.
A documentary on soil, as part of the series for Science and Gardening (Vetenskap och Trädgård), featuring Pil Rasmussen.
An interview with Alvaro Gaytán and Laura van Dijk on their oak project.
A link to our 2016 school project on oak