The oak lace bug is a tree pest that feeds on oak leaves. It’s not known to be in the UK, but it’s vital that we keep an eye out for it to protect our oak trees. Our Biosecurity Officer, Freddy Toft, explains more.
In this guest blog RFS Chief Executive, Christopher Williams, writes about the release of 10 case studies in the free Managing for Resilience report published in July.
Our climate is changing and we need to act now.. Find out the facts in this infographic
Woodland Resilience Officer Emily Fensom looks at what a changing climate could have on the future of our trees and woodlands.
Two years on from our centenary our Chair, Sir William Worsley, reflects on what we have achieved since then.
A year in the life of Bella Murfin and Naomi Matthiessen, job share Directors for the Nature for Climate Fund Tree Programme in Defra.
The All England Woodland Resilience Awards aim to showcase existing and newly created woodlands which are exemplars of resilience and adaptation. Find out more in this guest blog post. from Simon Lloyd, chair of the Forestry Climate Change Working Group.
Sir William Worsley, Chair of the Forestry Commission, reflects on the new England Trees Action Plan.
Find out more about the citizen science project Observatree in this guest blog.
In celebration of the women working in the Forestry Commission Samantha Pollock, Head of Future Woodland Creation Incentives, shares her story.
In celebration of the women working in the Forestry Commission Katie Parker the Plant Health Forestry team’s Contracts and Surveys Manager, shares her story.