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The RFS welcomes blogs from members and experts in their field on all aspects of woodland management, forestry policy, forestry skills, timber uses and woodland education.

The author's opinions are their own and may not necessarily be shared by the RFS. If you have a topic you would like to submit as a blog please email:  

Our thanks to all who have shared their knowledge through blogs on a wide range of topics from  recognising deer damage and planting for diversity to the best classroom in the world and timber  in architecture. Please follow the links below

The most recent three blogs are:   

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The Forestry Roots project was just the graduate opportunity that I was looking for!

April 2019

Katie Stevens took on the role of Forestry Assistant at Nicholsons Plants, Forestry and Landscape in 2018 when she became one of our first successful Forestry Roots candidates. Find out how much she has packed into her first six months here


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Forest soil ecosystem services

April 2019

Following on from his blog last year on Six Things to Know about Forest Soils, Andy Moffat has picked up on the theme of forest soil ecosystem services. More here



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Life after your course

April 2019

Shuttleworth College Land and Environment lecturer Tom Bowen tells students to be prepared to be amazed, humbled and taught on an almost daily level as they leave courses and start their careers. More here 




Top 20 books for inspired Forest Learning 

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March 2019 

The Teaching Trees Team have come together and decided on their top 20 books for inspiring the young when visiting a forest. More here