Bella Murfin and Naomi Matthiessen, job share Directors for the Nature for Climate Fund Tree Programme in Defra, reflect on the last 6 months delivering the Government’s commitment to treble tree planting in England by the end of 2025.
Discover 11 ways to boost biodiversity through your woodland design.
Woodlands can inspire us with a sense of going back in time, to a simpler world, where nature was rich and dominant.
Discover the important work our Plant Health Forestry team carries out at the borders to prevent tree pests and diseases from entering the country.
Now in its 2nd year, Bella Murfin and Naomi Matthiessen, job share Directors, reflect on the last 6 months of the Nature for Climate Fund Tree Programmein Defra.
Chris Watson, Forestry Commission Woodland Resilience Advisor, looks at the effects of prolonged hot and dry weather on trees and what you can do to help them survive.
Seed sourcing is an essential part of tree production and a secure, diverse supply of tree seed is key to creating healthy, resilient woodlands. Find out how we're supporting the sector with a new grant.
Wild deer, especially native species, are an important and valued part of our natural heritage, but current levels pose risks to our woodlands. Find out more about the impacts of deer and the deer management strategy being developed.
When you look closely, moths are beautiful, diverse and fascinating in their colours, patterns, size and behaviour. There are around 2,500 species of moths in the British Isles. Many of these are fully or partly dependent on trees and woodland.
As we face the possibility of an insufficient supply of Oak for planting, find out how considering a more diverse mix of tree species can bring value to woodlands.
Forestry Commission teams will be attending the following events during October. Come along to speak with us about our work and how you can get involved. Why not share your visit to our stand on Twitter? Don't forget to tag …