The oak lace bug is a tree pest that feeds on oak leaves. It’s not known to be in the UK, but it’s vital that we keep an eye out for it to protect our oak trees. Our Biosecurity Officer, Freddy Toft, explains more.
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.
Stephen Hodsman from the Aboricultural Association, writes a guest blog on the Virtual ARB show 2020 which takes place on Friday 15 May.
Woodland Resilience Officer Rob Coventry on his role in the Forestry Commission and how it's necessary to deal with the threats of Ash Dieback.
As we work through the coronavirus pandemic Sir William Worsley, the Chair of the Forestry Commission, looks at the steps we are taking to support the sector.
Find out how we at the Forestry Commission, work with businesses and industry to reduce the threat to our trees, woods and forests from imported material.
2020 marks the International Year of Plant Health. Over the next few months we will be showcasing the work of our Tree Health team, find out why in this blog post.
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.
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.
Mike Seddon, Chief Executive of Forestry England, looks at what they are doing with the nation's forests to help tackle the climate crisis.