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.
Tom Pattinson, Woodland Officer for the Forestry Commission, explains the fundamentals of coppicing and the opportunities for its use within our native woodlands.
This British Game Week David Hooton, Deer Officer for the Forestry Commission, looks at the impact of deer on woodland and the importance of the British Quality Wild Venison Standard launched earlier this year.
The PIES project aims to support landowners in bringing existing woodland back into management and to support woodland creation projects. Here Dr Gabriel Hemery explans more.
Rosanna Curtis, Project Manager for the Northwoods Innovation Programme, talks about how they are supporting innovation to help woodland owners to actively manage their woodlands.
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 Autumn.
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.
Ian Tubby, Head of Policy and Advice, introduces the 5th edition of the UK Forestry Standard, highlighting some of the changes, and outlining the next steps for transitioning to the new UK Forestry Standard.
Our new Woodland Ambassador programme has launched. Find out more about what they will be doing.
This visual guide explores ways to manage your woodland to make it healthy and resilient to the impacts of climate change, pests, and diseases.