The Silvifuture database was highlighted in this week’s launch of the RFS Conifers for Conifers project – promoting resilient and productive forests
SilviFuture – the network promoting novel forest species – continues to go from strength to strength. The number of records of stands of trees stands at 873 today.
SilviFuture marked Climate Week by unveiling a new-look for its free knowledge-sharing database for woodland growers wanting to identify and plant resilient tree species – and has launched an appeal for added data!
As part of a number of developments to the SilviFuture network we have added a facility to allow people to share their thoughts and experiences on novel forest tree species.
If you own or manage a stand of novel forest tree species, please consider adding it to the database so that everyone can learn from your experiences. Now over 250 stands of . . .
The Royal Forestry Society has joined our partnership supporting SilviFuture- an online database promoting and sharing knowledge about novel timber tree species growing in real forestry conditions.
A new Woodlands for Climate Change Award has been launched as part of the 2014 Royal Forestry Society Excellence in Forestry Awards.
A new network established to promote and share knowledge about novel forest species across Britain has been launched today …