As part of British Woodlands Survey 2017 we were commissioned by FSC UK to ask stakeholders their views about forest certification. We were pleased to see FSC UK publish a summary of the results in the May/June edition of Forest Matters.
An article by Sylva Scholar, Kirsty Monk, on Cord-Forming Fungi in British Woodlands has been awarded a prize by the Royal Forestry Society. Written by . . .
Sylva scholar Kirsty Monk, has co-authored a paper published in the Royal Forestry Society’s journal out this month, describing the role and importance of the lesser known group of ecosystem engineers in British woodlands; cord-forming fungi. With fellow author Gabriel Hemery, they examine the extent of our fungal knowledge and discuss their implications for forestry in the future.