Sylva and the Oxford University Department for Continuation Education (OUDCE) are holding a one day course on November 5th:
Trees and Woodlands of England: Past, Present and Future
Anyone with an interest in trees and forests is welcome. Why not come along and learn about woodlands in the past, the key issues of the present, and discuss the future for trees and woodlands? Places are still available.
Trees and Woodlands of England: Past, Present and Future – 5th November, Oxford
– What woodland history can reveal about past ‘wood culture’ – Mr John Morris, Director of the Chilterns Woodland Project
– The state of sustainable forest management in England today- Dr Peter Savill, Emeritus Fellow of Linacre College and the former Reader of Forestry at the University of Oxford’s Plant Sciences Department
– The future opportunities and challenges of our nation’s trees and woodlands- Dr Nick Brown, Principal of Linacre College and lecturer in forest ecology at the University of Oxford’s Plant Sciences Department.
– How the celebration of the OneOak tree project has engaged Oxfordshire communities and highlighted how a modern day wood culture can support sustainable communities – Dr Gabriel Hemery, Chief Executive of the Sylva Foundation