Recent Media Releases
|Research Note Explores Alternative Species For Structural Timber||Noble fir, Norway spruce, western red cedar and western hemlock grown in Britain could all produce acceptable returns of structural timber, a Research Note from the Forestry Commission reports. - 10/01/2017|
|Complete Our Forest Machinery Survey And Help Improve Forestry Services||Forest Research is calling on all forest harvesting machinery owners and operators to complete its forest machinery census - and provide valuable data about the current state of the harvesting resource in England, Scotland and Wales. - 01/12/2016|
- The role of trees and woodland in reducing flood risk in Cumbria
- New project looks at changes in woodland soil and biodiversity over time
- SAPPHIRE project uses satellite data to evaluate tree health
- Putting the kettle on - all in the name of science
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