From today, users of our myForest service can query resource information across multiple properties which can help support collaborative woodland management. Suited equally to woodland co-operatives or managers with multiple clients, the new functionality aims to improve efficiency by enhancing collaboration, with the main outcomes that more woodlands are managed well, and more home-grown timber reaches the market.
The Argyll Small Woods Coop and the Croft Woodland Project are hosting a woodland planning workshop on Tuesday 24th October. Learn more about myForest, and opportunities for collaborative woodland management.
Since launching the British Woodlands Survey 2017 (BWS2017) two weeks ago we’ve received an encouraging uptake, with 500 respondents completing the survey to date. Thank you to all those who have taken part so far, and to our many partners in helping promote the survey to their members. The survey remains open over the summer, until end September.
Sylva are please to promote an important new project that will provide support for owners of Atlantic woodland. Find out about free one day workshops for land managers, run by Plantlife.
As part of the Good Woods project, Alistair Yeomans of the Sylva Foundation contributed to a woodland management seminar organised for staff of the Surrey Wildlife Trust.