The first units of carbon dioxide set to be sequestered, or removed from the atmosphere, by woodlands validated under the UK’s Woodland Carbon Code have been notified for sale for the first time.
Sir Harry Studholme has been appointed Chair of the Board of Forestry Commissioners for a term of three years.
Themed activity trails, giant wooden Gruffalo sculptures and a big birthday forest picnic coming to a forest near you.
Jessie J has announced summer dates for 2014 as part of Forest Live, organised by the Forestry Commission, where concerts are performed in spectacular woodland locations around the country
Scientists from Forest Research, the Forestry Commission’s research agency, and volunteers have been scrambling over challenging terrain in nineteen sites across Great Britain from Bulford, Wiltshire to Bitch Craig in the Scottish Borders to collect berries from juniper bushes in a bid to protect them from further decline
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