The interconnecting links whereby green plants are eaten by animals, which in turn are eaten by other animals.
A large area dominated by trees, both conifers and broad-leaved, either planted or natural. Usually taken to include a complex landscape comprising of woodland, open space, water and settlements. See also wood or woodland.
The government department responsible for forestry matters in Great Britain. The responsibility for Forestry is devolved to ministers in the Scottish Parliament and Welsh Government, but the executive functions are exercised throughout Great Britain by the Forestry Commission.
Tractor which extracts timber lifted entirely clear of the ground. The timber is carried on a linked trailer or integral rear bunk.