Due to Covid-19, we have reduced personnel at the offices of the Sylva Foundation and our premises at the Sylva Wood Centre. Emails and phone messages are being checked but please allow a little longer than usual to receive a response.
Please do not arrange a formal visit without first checking with us. Members of the public are free to enjoy our network of permitted paths through the Future Forest as usual.


OneOak exhibition enters its last week

posted on November 26, 2012

The OneOak exhibition at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh has now entered its last week.

One Oak exhibition wall panels montage at RBGE

One Oak exhibition wall panels montage at RBGE

Over the last five weeks some tens of thousands of visitors have seen the displays of information about sustainable forest management, watched the films, listened to the music, and been amazed by both the beauty and variety of wooden items made from the OneOak tree.

Entrance to the OneOak exhibition

Entrance to the OneOak exhibition

If you’ve seen the exhibition why not leave a comment about your experience on our blog or Facebook page.

If you’ve not seen it, you have until Sunday 2nd December. For more visitor information click here.


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OneOak exhibition opens at Oxford University Museum of Natural History

posted on September 12, 2011

Today we are delighted to open the OneOak exhibition at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.  It will run until 27th March 2012.

Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Building on the success of our five month exhibition at Oxford Botanic Garden we have created an exhibition that includes several new works of art and a new film.  It links closely to the taxonomic collection in the museum, exploring the foodchain of an oak tree with the help of the Museum’s fabulous electron microscope.  Our volunteer curator Jane King has worked tirelessly to pull the exhibition together.  Our thanks to Jane and all the staff at the Museum for their support.  We hope to see you there.


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