Historic environment resources

Summary

These resources are the results of an extensive programme of research conducted by Forest Research.

This research programme aimed to:

  • Raise awareness of the historic environment under woodland management
  • Review survey and mapping methods
  • Provide informed guidance on the management of the Historic Environment to enable preservation
  • Maintain close collaboration with heritage organisations
  • Increase understanding of the history of our woods
  • Monitor and review current management practice to allow further improvements to guidance to be made
  • Disseminate information and findings.

Related Woodland Heritage Services

We can help you manage local and regional heritage projects involving woodland and can provide light detection and ranging (LiDAR) services to map the ground surface.

More details about our Woodland Heritage Services

Contact

Peter Crow

What's of interest

Whilst funding for this programme ended in April 2011, we can provide surveys and heritage-based advice through our Woodland Heritage Services.

Also if you wish to discuss possible historic environment research collaboration, please see the contact information at the bottom of this page.

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