Sylva is working to revive Britain's wood culture.

Sylva's vision is for woodlands to thrive ecologically and economically for the benefit of everyone. read more...

wood culture: the stewardship of woodlands and the use of forest produce for a sustainable future.
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Tackling nature-deficit disorder in Britain’s children
July 4, 2014
  Two charities promoting environmental education have formed a partnership to tackle ‘nature...
Good Woods shortlisted for responsible business award
July 21, 2014
  Good Woods has been nominated in the Best Business/NGO Partnership category at The 5th Annual...
Follow the Sylva trail at Westonbirt this Summer
July 18, 2014
The Sylva Trail - celebrating the 350th anniversary of John Evelyn's Sylva and Britain's wood cultur...
1300 questions from 79 countries submitted to T20Q
July 17, 2014
1300 questions, 79 countries, one third from women, 20% under 30 years . . . have you submitted your...
Global Landscapes Forum features T20Q
July 16, 2014
Sylva CEO Gabriel Hemery is interviewed about the global crowdsourcing project T20Q for the Global L...

Science

advancing forestry knowledge
Forestry Horizons

The independent forestry
think-tank

Including:
SilviFuture

A network promoting novel forest species.

Living Ash Project

Aiming to secure ash trees for the future that show resistance to Chalara ash dieback.

People

reconnecting people with trees
OneOak
Following the full life story of one oak tree.
The New Sylva
A major new book about trees, published in 2014 by Bloomsbury.

Forest Management

supporting sustainability
myForest

Serving Britain's woodland community.

Including:
Good Woods
A ground breaking project aiming to breathe new life into UK woodlands.
SYLVA

Charity registered in
England and Wales 1128516
and in Scotland SC041892

Company limited by guarantee 06589157

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