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Press Releases from Royal Forestry Society (3 total)

Where have your Wellies Taken You?

Have your wellies helped you explore woods, discover minibeasts, climb a tree, wade through forest streams, build a den or go on a woodland adventure? To help celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Teaching Trees programme, the Royal Forestry Society is inviting children, schools and young people’s organisations to enter a free poetry competition inspired by Michael and Clare Morpurgo’s remarkable book Where My Wellies Take Me. There are three categories Age

Excellence in Forestry 2020 – from Wales to Northern Ireland

The Royal Forestry Society’s Excellence in Forestry Awards 2020 will be reaching across the Irish Sea for the first time as they seek to identify the very best in woodland management in Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and Wales. Urging owners and managers of woods of all sizes and those running woodland education and learning projects to take part, Excellence in Forestry Awards co-ordinator Rachel Thomas says: “At a time

Added urgency: Woodland climate change adaptation

There is now added urgency to adapting our woodlands to climate change – according to a report charting the progress of a five-year plan. Chair of the Forestry Climate Change Working Group (FCCWG), Simon Lloyd, said: “Since the Climate Change Adaptation Plan was published a year ago by the FCCWG there have been a number of high-level reports charting the speed of climate change together with the Government’s recognition that we

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