April 4, 2023 · Awards | News

The Wild One: James Cup winner

This year’s James Cup goes to ‘The Role of Wildlife in Sustainable Forest Management. Part 3: Wildlife and its wider role’, by Jonathan Spencer and Andrew Stringer.

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April 4, 2022 · Awards | News

Practically Speaking – James Cup Winners

An article giving practical advice for how forest resilience can be considered and implemented has won the James Cup.

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James Cup Winners 2018 – 2019: Forest Resilience

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The James Cup

The James Cup is presented annually to the author of the best original article in our Quarterly Journal of Forestry (QJF). The award is made in memory of NDG James, a distinguished forester and former President of the RFS.

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February 17, 2021 · Awards | News

A ‘must’ read – Tree Risk Management wins the James Cup

Nick Bolton wins the James Cup for his article on Tree Risk Management.

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March 23, 2020 · Awards | News

Forest Resilience series wins James Cup for second year running

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June 26, 2019 · Awards | News

Forest Resilience series wins James Cup

The James Cup has been awarded to Jonathan Spencer MBE for a series praised for making the complex science around climate change and woodland management accessible to all.

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