Barnaby Wylder is our Plant Health Forestry Lead in the North West of England. In this blog he reflects upon ten years of handling ash dieback cases, and what the future might hold for our ash trees.
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.
Bella Murfin and Naomi Matthiessen, job share Directors for the Nature for Climate Fund Tree Programme in Defra, reflect on the last 6 months of the programme.
The Tree Production Innovation Fund aims to support innovative projects to increase and diversify domestic tree production. Find out about three 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.
We summarise the far-reaching benefits woodland creation has on farming businesses – helping farmers to diversify, generate additional income and support wider land management goals.
The Tree Production Innovation Fund was launched in June 2021 to support innovative projects to increase and diversify domestic tree production. Here are the successful projects recieving funding.
Get your woodland ready for Winter with our tips for the best management practices to carry out in Autumn.
Find out more about the 2021 Forestry Conference, held on 13 October at Newbury Racecourse, and what you can expect from the Forestry Commission on the day.
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.
In this guest blog RFS Chief Executive, Christopher Williams, writes about the release of 10 case studies in the free Managing for Resilience report published in July.