Sylva Foundation is proud to launch an innovative new project for myForest users called Forest Lab, in partnership with Forest Research. This exciting initiative uses the latest technology to advance knowledge exchange between landowners and scientists; the collection and sharing of data by volunteer ‘stewardship scientists’ aims to improve forest resilience, enhance forest biodiversity, and protect nature and the landscape.
We are seeking an exceptional forester or land manager to join our dynamic team as myForest Manager
Forestry, conservation and government organisations have come together under the Forestry and Climate Change Partnership to reaffirm their commitment to work together to promote the importance of adapting trees, woods and forests to climate change
If you own an area of woodland in the south-east region of England, you could benefit from free one-to-one professional forestry advice. Read more …
CEO receives the Peter Savill Award for contributions to British forestry industry.
We’re delighted to welcome George Dennison to Sylva as a new member of staff taking up the new role of Forester
We are looking for an exceptional and early-career Forester to join our dynamic small team.
Fieldwork in the Forest, our new forestry fieldwork resources for secondary school geography teachers and pupils has been launched today.
Today, a progress report of the Forestry Climate Change Action Plan is published to coincide with a seminar held at the Confor Woodland Show.
A new premium account has been launched for Sylva’s flagship woodland management online software myForest. Users will have access to new tools, while income from regular subscriptions will help the charity invest further in the technology.