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    01 March 2012

    RFS President Nicholas Halsey, left, presents Cottesbrooke Estate forester Brian Davies with his award Date Issued: 01 March 2012   Two foresters who between them have more than 66 years of experience working on estates...more
    01 February 2012

    Date Issued: 01 February 2012   Forestry experts are counting down as the search for the best in South West woodlands hots up. Woodland owners and managers (private and public), community groups and farmers in...more
    17 January 2012

    David Davenport of Silky Fox Handsaws and RFS Education Officer Debbie Cotton, launch the RFS Silky Fox Handsaws Awards for 21 colleges Date Issued: 17 January 2012   The Royal Forestry Society (RFS) has linked...more
    03 January 2012

    Date Issued: 03 January 2012   TOPICAL TOPIC - Deadwood: Dead and dying trees play an important role in the woodland ecosystem and are especially valuable in supporting biodiversity. Deadwood supports a vast food chain of...more
    29 December 2011

    Date Issued: 29 December 2011   The Royal Forestry Society (RFS) is searching the South West of England to find the best managed woodlands and the most inspirational school projects that promote learning about trees....more
    08 December 2011

    Jo Clark, recipient of RFS Randle Travel Bursary Date Issued: 08 December 2011   If you are looking to carry out independent research into forestry or woodland issues during 2012, there’s still time to pack...more
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    08 December 2011

    Tree Aid Date Issued: 08 December 2011   TOPICAL TOPIC - Tree Aid: The Royal Forestry Society supports the charity Tree Aid – – and that is our Christmas 2011 appeal. With your support, Tree Aid works...more
    25 November 2011

    From left, RAC Principal Chris Gaskell, John Hunt, the Dean of the School of Real Estate and Land Management David Cox and RFS Gloucester Division Chairman John Ducker Date Issued: 25 November 2011   A...more
    17 October 2011

    Date Issued: 17 October 2011   Mark Sharples, a self-employed consultant and tree surgeon from Corsham, Wiltshire, has won the Royal Forestry Society/Lockhart Garratt Excellence in Arboriculture award for being the outstanding student in the management exercise...more
    07 October 2011

    Beech: One of the first entries in the Royal Forestry Society’s new on line tree resource Date Issued: 07 October 2011   The Royal Forestry Society (RFS) has partnered with Reader’s Digest to create a...more