Recent media releases
|Woodland Work At Western Common||In April 2014, regular walkers at Western Common near Lasham may see some forestry activity as felling gets underway on site. - 14/04/2014|
|Regional Forestry Forum Seeks Chair||Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) is seeking to recruit a new Chair for its Perth & Argyll Regional Forestry Forum. - 03/04/2014|
|New Head Of Forest Research In Wales||Forest Research, the research agency of the Forestry Commission, is pleased to announce that Tom Jenkins has been appointed as Head of the Agency in Wales - 20/03/2014|
|New Science Strategy For World-Leading Research In Sustainable Forest Management And Woodland Creation||The Forestry Commission has today (14 March 2014) launched a new Science and Innovation Strategy for the next six years. - 14/03/2014|
|Sir Harry Studholme Appointed Chair Of Forestry Commission||Sir Harry Studholme has been appointed Chair of the Board of Forestry Commissioners for a term of three years. - 03/03/2014|
|Britain’S Forest Area Hits Almost 3M Hectares||The Forestry Commission has published new National Forest Inventory data showing that Great Britain has about two and a half times more forest and woodland than it had 100 years ago. - 24/02/2014|
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- New research projects announced to help save UK forests, woods and trees
Forest Research shares in seven new projects worth £7million
- Forest Research work shows that C. fraxinea might have a mechanism to define territory and to combat viruses
- Forest Research to participate in major international project.
‘Sentinel’ plants to serve on front line against pests and diseases
- Major funding to fight back against ash dieback
Fast track funding has been awarded to a new consortium of researchers for studying ash dieback fungus.
- Urban trees can help combat climate change temperature rises in cities
New report published describing how urban trees can help combat climate change temperature rises in cities.