editing a sub-compartment
The new woodland editor system has been added to the site today.
The system replaces the old home page in the woodland owner account, and combines editing features that were previously spread across several pages. Woodland owners can now edit the mapping for all of their sub-compartments in the same place.
This development brings myForest closer to a full online GIS system. We plan to add more GIS updates soon, including mapping for more features such as paths and waterways.
Users with existing woodland owner accounts can use the new system right away. Just log in to your account and the system will appear in place of the old home page.
If you don’t have an account, sign up now.
Edit – we originally posted an incorrect download link, which we have now fixed.
Apologies for any inconvenience.
This is an evaluation report of the BeWILD Project, an ancient woodland management project delivered across Berkshire from 2008-2011.
This Report pulls together the successes and achievements of the BeWILD Project, and aims to share our experiences and findings from the Project with others involved in woodland management in Berkshire and beyond.
It has been written in an accessible toolkit format with case studies, project summary tables, and Top Tips for woodland projects boxes.
It contains guidance on woodland management for wildlife, timber production, marketing and woodfuel, as well as lots of links to woodland and woodfuel organisations and guidance material. The Report is designed to be dipped into and read at different levels depending on your interest and time.
Written and produced by Meg Chambers, Karen Davies and Mel Hardie
Meg Chambers, Independent Woodland Advisor email@example.com
Karen Davies, Independent Farm Conservation Advisor firstname.lastname@example.org