Our climate is changing and we need to act now.. Find out the facts in this infographic
Forest Services Engagement Lead
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.
In celebration of the women working in the Forestry Commission Sarah Radcliffe, Woodland Officer working in East Northumberland, shares her story of working in the Forestry Commission.
In celebration of International Women's Day Cora Pfarre, Field Manager working across the South East and London team, shares her story of working in the Forestry Commission.
Forestry Commission is on a mission to protect trees, woods and forests from the threat of pests and diseases. This infographic summarises the key facts around our trees and keeping them healthy and how you can help.
Where to find us at The Game Fair this year and what we'll be talking about
Welcome to the Forestry Commission's new blog. A place to find out more information about the work that we are doing across England, from tree planting to tree felling and much more in between.
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The Forestry Commission is responsible for protecting, expanding and promoting the sustainable management of woodlands.
- The oak lace bug: A potential threat to oak trees September 17, 2021
- Sharing experiences for our future forests and woodlands September 7, 2021
- The facts: Climate change and resilient woodlands September 3, 2021