Megan Shirley, Incentives Manager at the Forestry Commission, reflects on the first round of the Tree Production Capital Grant.
Helen Townsend, Principal Adviser for Social Forestry has written a blog talking about her role to encourage and promote the personal and societal benefits of visiting a woodland or forest.
Jon Burgess, a Local Partnership Advisor and Woodland Resilience Officer in the South West, provides a quick round up of the 'Trees on Farms' mini-series created with Ben Eagle, and reflects on being a co-host on the Forestry Commission’s first foray into podcasting.
Jemima Cooper, Head of Policy & Partnerships at the Institute of Chartered Foresters, talks to us about the women in the tree sector, working tirelessly to plan, grow, plant, establish, manage, harvest, process, and research the timber our society needs.
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During National Apprenticeship Week (6 to 12 February), we held a live #AskAnApprentice Twitter Q&A to give you the opportunity to ask our panel of experts about our Forestry Apprenticeship.
Peter Knox is a Business Development Advisor with the Forestry Commission. A key aim of his work is helping farmers become more resilient through incorporating trees into their farm businesses. Based in the Penrith Office, Peter oversees an exciting area for …
Ips typographus is a serious pest of spruce trees. This guidance sets our movement restrictions on spruce trees originating within the Demarcated Area
We caught up with Sophie Throup, Head of Sustainability and Agriculture at Morrisons, to find out more about their Tree Advisor initiative.