If you manage trees in England, whether in an urban or rural setting and at any scale, from large woodlands through to individual trees, we want to hear your views on a range of potential tree health policies and interventions. This is a chance for you to help shape future support from government.
We want everyone with an interest in bringing children closer to nature to take part in an important national survey which will inform practice and policy.
More than 1,600 respondents, representing >0.5Mha of woodlands across Britain, have had their say so far . . . have you? BWS2017 closes Sunday 1st October 23:59
Owners, managers and community groups caring for woodlands in Oxfordshire are being asked to take part in an important survey. Deadline extended to June 25th.
A report published today reveals that private forestry in the UK is falling well short of standards of best practice relating to adaptation to environmental change. While forestry professionals are partially aware and active in planning for environmental change, many woodland owners are largely unprepared.
Launching to coincide with Forests Asia the global online survey is now live via the T20Q project. Add your voice to the conversation about what is important in forestry and landscapes.
If you own or manage “PAWS” woodland, the England Woodland Biodiversity Group would like to hear from you. Complete a simple web-survey to inform them whether you are considering restoring your woodland to native tree cover, and about your approach to woodland management.
Adopt an Ash on TreeWatch.com and help us identify ‘resistant’ trees that could be used in a breeding programme to secure a future for ash in Britain.