MacBradan Bones is a Woodland Officer for the Forestry Commission based in the East and East Midlands Area. He shares five tips on managing your woodland this Winter.
Sir William Worsley is Chair of the Forestry Commission. In this blog he looks at why we are calling on the public to Grow a Tree in 2023.
We've published our new corporate strategy setting out how we will deliver, for the environment, for the economy and for society, Richard Stanford, Chief Executive of the Forestry Commission, explains more.
Ips typographus was first identified in the UK in 2018. Since then multiple teams at the Forestry Commission, Forest Research and Defra have been working together to manage this invasive pest. Here's how.
This visual guide explores ways to manage your woodland to make it healthy and resilient to the impacts of climate change, pests, and diseases.
Woodland Resilience Adviser Chris explores the different threats facing our woodlands, and how woodland management can help mitigate these threats and increase the future health and resilience of our woodlands.
Find out more about the tree pest Oak Processionary Moth. This visual guide explains how to spot it, and the actions you can take.
Our recent survey of 2,000 people, led by Forest Research and OnePoll, looks at people's experiences of the countryside and green spaces in England. It explores their understanding of pests and diseases and ways to limit the spread.
Ips typographus is a serious pest of spruce trees. This guidance sets our movement restrictions on spruce trees originating within the Demarcated Area
Barnaby Wylder is our Plant Health Forestry Lead in the North West of England. In this blog he reflects upon ten years of handling ash dieback cases, and what the future might hold for our ash trees.