Various dates between 14th May and 3rd July 2007 - see below.
What were the events?
As a key activity to share the results of its research with stakeholders and end users, Forest Research worked closely with the Forestry Commission (England) to present a series of 8 regional seminars across England.
The seminars focused primarily on the implications of climate change for woodlands and their management in the future, covering current Forest Research activity and the latest developments in forestry practice and science.
Each seminar also included presentations on topics of particular local relevance.
Who were the events suitable for?
Forestry and land use sector, forest and woodland managers, local government environment staff.
Where and when did the events take place?
In table below, * indicates presentations given at the respective venues.
|Region||Date||Location||Presentations and related information|
|Yorkshire and Humber||14th May||York|
|North East England||15th May||Hexham|
|East Midlands||5th June||Grantham||
|East of England||7th June||Santon Downham||
|South East England||15th June||Farnham||
|North West England||20th June||Lancaster|
|West Midlands||21st June||Hawford|
|South West England||3rd July||Westonbirt Arboretum|