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    30 September 2011

    Autumn colours Date Issued: 30 September 2011   TOPICAL TOPIC - Autumn colours: Autumn leaf colours show a wide range of colours from yellows, oranges, reds, crimsons and purples; these colour changes mark autumn or fall...more
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    13 September 2011

    Peter Goodwin receives the RFS Gold Medal Date Issued: 13 September 2011   Peter Goodwin – one of the UK’s leading hardwood furniture makers, and a key figure in raising awareness of Acute Oak Decline...more
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    07 August 2011

    Award winners: Peter Bottoms (on behalf of his son Jack), with Sam Brown and David Purnell. Photo: Les Starling. Date Issued: 07 August 2011   Three young foresters have been presented with awards by the...more
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    01 August 2011

    Date Issued: 01 August 2011   TOPICAL TOPIC - What's in a name: Just how much people's lives revolved around woods, forests and their products in the past is revealed by the wealth of surnames reflecting...more
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    27 July 2011

    Excellence in Forestry Schools Award winners: Chris Brunton (left), representing Pinewood School, and Nick Halsey, President Elect of the Royal Forestry Society, plant a tree to celebrate. Date Issued: 27 July 2011   Three schools...more
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    26 July 2011

    John Lanham receives the RFS Long Service Award from Anthony Bosanquet, RFS president Date Issued: 26 July 2011   Foresters from two of Yorkshire’s best known estates have received Long Service Awards from the Royal...more
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    01 July 2011

    Grey squirrel Date Issued: 01 July 2011   TOPICAL TOPIC - A tale of two squirrels: The red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) is native to the British Isles. It once lived in all wooded areas, although its...more
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    11 June 2011

    RFS Excellence in Forestry Award winners and runners up collect their awards at Madingley Hall, Cambridge Date Issued: 30 June 2011   A record-breaking entry into the Royal Forestry Society (RFS) Excellence in Forestry Awards...more
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    02 June 2011

    Cricket bat willow Date Issued: 02 June 2011   TOPICAL TOPIC - Cricket bat willow: The time-honoured game of cricket evolved in SE England in the Middle Ages. The first written rules appeared in 1744. During Britain's...more
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    27 May 2011

    Date Issued: 27 May 2011   Forestry vandalism, conflicts between commercial forestry and stalking, growing oaks and adding value to home produce – just a few of the topics being covered by RFS woodland visits...more