The Woods into Management Forestry Innovation Funds are supporting projects improving woodland habitat and increasing resilience to pests, diseases and climate change. Find out about two of the successful projects recieving funding.
Successful applicants of the Woods into Management Forestry Innovation Funds have been awarded a combined total of almost £700K in grant funding and are supporting these 17 projects.
Get your woodland ready for Winter with our tips for the best management practices to carry out in Autumn.
Sir William Worsley, Chair of the Forestry Commission, reflects on the new England Trees Action Plan.
Sir Edward Milbank, owner of the Barningham Estate, shares his experience of woodland creation and why he’s responding to the England Tree Strategy consultation.
Sir William Worsley, Chair of the Forestry Commission, looks at how our work has continued through the coronavirus outbreak and what the next steps are.
Guest Author Dr Gabriel Hemery, CEO of the Sylva Foundation and co-ordinator of the British Woodland Survey, invites you to have your say this year.
Felling trees without a licence, where one would have been required, is an offence. Find out why tree felling should happen and what you can do to help us if you think it is happening illegally.
As Sir Harry Studholme’s time as Chair of the Forestry Commission draws to a close, he looks at the action that the Forestry Commission and people across the sector must take to protect, improve and expand England’s forests.
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.