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06 Apr 2020
A research-based article looking at the role of using timber in construction for climate change mitigation.
06 Feb 2020
David Lee asks whether or not the new Conservative Governmnent can live up to its positive rhetoric.
07 Oct 2019
By Ian Murgatroyd, EU Exit Plant Health Regulations Lead, and
Dr John Morgan, head of plant health, Forestry Commission England.
04 Oct 2019
Andrew Heald revisits Confor's Plant Health action plan and considers the Ips Typgraphus outbreak in Europe.
By Ian Murgatroyd, EU exit plant health regulations lead, and Dr John Morgan, head of plant health, Forestry Commission England.
A case study of the successful forestry fund in new Zealand - the Harvested Wood Material Levy.
07 Aug 2019
In his Pesticides Notebook, Colin Palmer offers an update following the
annual meeting of the Bracken Control Groups in June 2019.
By Roland Stiven, Timber Transport Forum.
Part of the series "Forestry Century", Francis Fulford reflects on opportunities won and lost over the last decades.
Includes: Oliver Combe's Timber Auctions market report; Scottish forest market report and investment outlook by John Clegg & Co; Productive woodland planting in Scotland - will England follow suit, by Galbraith; Diverse factors influence UK forestry investment climate, by James Adamson of Savills.