An innovative training course took place in collaboration with the Northwoods Innovation Programme to trial planned enhancements to the myForest Inventory system.
At the end of September, woodland owners and managers had the opportunity to test new myForest Inventory functionality that helps them to collect and process forest data. Funded through the Forestry Commission’s Forestry Innovation Fund, the course was run by the myForest team and with experienced forester and trainer Will Richardson of RDI Associates. The course kicked off in the classroom to provide the context for a woodland inventory and how it can help woodland owners get the most out of the woodland. The group then headed out into the woods to collect data; while the last section of the course focused on the woodland owners producing a woodland inventory in myForest.
The aim is to help demystify and streamline the inventory collection process and automate data calculations, allowing owners and managers to quickly read what is in their woodland. myForest is aiming to launch the enhanced Inventory functionality early in 2024, but if you have any questions beforehand, please get in touch.
A new video has been released to showcase the innovative training course that took place in collaboration with the Northwoods Innovation Programme to trial planned enhancements to the myForest Inventory functionality. See below.
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