New guide to adapting woodlands in the face of climate change

A new guide setting out how landowners and managers can adapt their woodlands in the face of climate change has been published by the Forestry Commission, Scottish Forestry, Natural Resources Wales

Stanley Ghyll

Stanley Ghyll in Eskdale is one of the most challenging woodland sites to work on. It's a gorge with steep rocky sides, difficult access, has footpaths running through it, has a SSSI designation and

Woods Into Management Course now Online!

Following the huge success of our Woods Into Management Course which we ran last year live on YouTube, we are pleased to announce that the course is now hosted on Canopy Learning and is open for

PAWS Webinar Series Now Online

Our PAWS Webinar Series is Now Online!

The series features 3 recordings:

  • What is Ancient Woodland; what is PAWS?
  • Woodland Restoration and Rhododendron
  • George Peterken, Lady Park Wood

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FREE ONLINE EVENT- Ecology and Flora of Plantation on Ancient (and semi-nat) Woods

This event will feature Keith Kirby (researcher at University of Oxford Dept of Plant Sciences) presenting, "Woodland plants: colourful past, uncertain future?", and we share George Peterken's

John Rodwell's National Vegetation Classification talk now available online

Last week we were treated to an excellent talk from John Rodwell on designing woodlands to meet multiple objectives using the National Vegetation Classification, hosted by England's Community Forests.

Online Workshop This Thursday: J Rodwell presents Woodland biodiversity & other benefits from the National Vegetation Classification - 21st January 1:30-4pm

We want to draw your attention to this online workshop this Thursday with John Rodwell, who is notable for his role in developing the National Vegetation Classification.

This workshop will look at

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