Nigel Symes (RSPB) and Paul Orsi (Sylva Foundation) will lead a workshop on managing your woodland for wildlife, including a demonstration of the new Woodland Wildlife Toolkit. Book now for your free place. 26th March at the Sylva Wood Centre.
Today sees the launch of a new online toolkit that provides advice on managing woodlands for wildlife, in particular rare and declining species that are dependent on woodland habitats. The Woodland Wildlife Toolkit is aimed at anyone who owns or manages a woodland, or advises others about woodland management.
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.
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
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.
Sylva’s Online Shop is launched with a rare opportunity to purchase some stunning works of tree and woodland art.