The Royal Forestry Society (RFS) has strengthened its Board of Trustees with the arrival of three new trustees:
- David Gwillam, who has owned and operated Prees Heath Forest Nurseries since 1979 and brings a wealth of knowledge of the forestry nursery sector in this challenging time for
From top: RFS Trustees, David Gwillam, James Hamilton Stubber and Amy Jackson
- James Hamilton Stubber, a Chartered Surveyor with over 30 years experience working in the UK property industry;
- Amy Jackson, a PR and communications consultant with almost 20 years’ experience in PR in the land-based industries, primarily food, farming, agribusiness and industrial sectors.
Chair of the Board, Ian Dudley said: "We are delighted to welcome David, James and Amy and thank them for their contribution to RFS. They each bring a wealth of expertise and experience, complementing that of our existing eight Trustees.
"Together they will help guide the strategic direction of the RFS in what is an exciting and challenging period for the forestry sector."
Details of the 11-strong RFS Board of Trustees can be found here