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NRW timber sales events are on line auctions or tenders for timber. NRW publishes the dates along with details of what is for sale and where, anyone can view them but in order to bid you have to be registered with NRW/FC and then go to a different website to put on a bid.
Latest updates from the Forestry Commission on Oak Processionary Moth, P ramorum, Oriental Chestnut Gall Wasp and Forest Research's call for nursery partners to help tackle Phytophthora.
New figures on woodland creation show that the Conservative Government will fail to deliver its manifesto commitment to plant 11 million trees between 2015 and 2020 unless it takes radical action now.
CONFOR has welcomed the nomination of Fergus Ewing MSP as the new Cabinet Secretary for the Rural Economy and Connectivity in The Scottish Government - and pledged to work with him to deliver the SNP's manifesto commitments on tree planting.
How do you make woodlands pay? That's the central question at a major autumn conference organised by Confor and the Royal Forestry Society.
CONFOR has stepped up its leadership role by launching a new website featuring more original video content to explain the wide-ranging benefits of forestry and timber.
Confor has had another prominent article in the national media after appearing in the Another Voice slot in Scotland on Sunday.
UK scientists have identified the country's first ash tree that shows tolerance to ash dieback, raising the possibility of using selective breeding to develop strains of trees that are tolerant to the disease.
Seven MPs and two members of the House of Lords joined a passionate Westminster debate on the EU referendum and its potential impact on the forestry and timber sector.
CONFOR has welcomed commitments to significant new tree planting and reducing bureaucracy around woodland applications in the SNP's manifesto for the Scottish Parliament elections.