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    010514
    01 May 2014

    Five outstanding woodlands have been shortlisted for the RFS Woodlands for Climate Change Award. The woodlands have been planted in England in the last five years and must be able to demonstrate that they are...more
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    27 April 2014

    Plumpton College near Lewes in East Sussex has become the third college to sign up to the  Royal Forestry Society’s flagship programme – Conifers for Colleges. The programme will involve forestry students in research into the...more
    160414
    16 April 2014

    Three major organisations serving public interests in forestry have come together, forming a powerful partnership to foster sustainable forest management in Britain. The Royal Forestry Society, Small Woods Association and the Sylva Foundation will be...more
    030414
    03 April 2014

    Out now! Our April Quarterly Journal of Forestry (QJF) featuring articles on ash, Mediterranean trees in Britain, our squirrel survey, how forestry novices turned a neglected woodland into an award winning site, and the classification of ancient...more
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    01 April 2014

    Two UK forestry experts are flying out this spring – one to research the integration of forestry and conservation in a tropical rain forest and the other to investigate the colonial history of forestry in Kenya...more
    230314
    23 March 2014

    Last few days to enter your newly planted or replanted woodlands into the free Woodlands for Climate Change Award – top prize £1000! The Award is part of the 2014 RFS Excellence in Forestry Awards and is...more
    180314
    18 March 2014

    A woodsman whose prolific planting of trees on the Boughton Estate in Northamptonshire has earned him the nickname ‘Planter John’ has received an award from the Royal Forestry Society (RFS). Over the past 46 years,...more
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    02 March 2014

    Twenty award-winning woodlands across the country and six schools have picked up the challenge to prove they are the very Best in England – and owners of new woodlands across the country are being urged...more
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    02 March 2014

      An article on the potential benefits of “Cord-Forming Fungi in British Woodlands” has won the prestigious James Cup, which is awarded each year for the best article in the RFS Quarterly Journal of Forestry (QJF). The...more
    050214
    05 February 2014

    Six colleges have joined the RFS Silky Fox Handsaw Awards for 2014 – promoting excellence among students. In total 30 colleges offering Level 2 & 3 courses with strong practical forestry, arboriculture or woodland management elements...more