The All England Woodland Resilience Awards aim to showcase existing and newly created woodlands which are exemplars of resilience and adaptation. Find out more in this guest blog post. from Simon Lloyd, chair of the Forestry Climate Change Working Group.
Dr Vicky West, Woodland Carbon Code Manager for Scottish Forestry, explains what the Woodland Carbon Code is and why now is a great time time to sign up to it if you are thinking about creating woodland.
Where to find us at The Game Fair this year and what we'll be talking about
Find out who the winners of the 11th annual London Tree and Woodland Awards are.
As the next HS2 Woodland Fund application deadline approaches find out about the process of applying.
We're holding a free workshop on the HS2 Woodland Fund. Here we've given more information on what to expect.
Sarah Jeffrey, Action Oak Project Manager, writes a guest blog looking back on the last year of the Action Oak partnership and what it has achieved so far.
Jim C Smith, our National Urban Forestry Advisor, has worked in forestry for most of his life and much of that has been within urban forestry. He talks about his career and gives his view on why urban forestry is so important to all of us.
Biosecurity is very important for the health of our nation's trees but there is still a lot of confusion over what it means. Here the Tree Health team have provided answers to those questions they often receive.
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.