RFS Reports

The RFS is dedicated to sharing knowledge and to promoting excellence in forestry management.

June 14, 2022 · News | Reports

Sharing Forestry Knowledge: Managing Ash Dieback

As ash dieback continues to impact woodland across the country, the Royal Forestry Society (RFS) and the Forestry Commission are sharing the experiences of landowners and managers in managing the disease. A second volume of case studies published this month looks at sites across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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March 2, 2022 · News | Reports

Managing for Resilience 2022

Twelve case studies feature in this updated report to share the experiences of woodlands facing up to the challenges of climate change.

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An Analysis of the Cost of Grey Squirrel Damage to Woodland

2021

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Grey squirrel control survey report

2021

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Report Overview: The Cost of Grey Squirrel Damage to Woodland in England and Wales

2021

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Woodland Creation: Opportunities and Barriers

2020

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Forestry and Climate Change

2020

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Bringing Woodland into Management: the missed opportunities in England and Wales

2019

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Managing Ash Dieback Case Studies

2019

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Action Plan for Climate Change Adaptation of forests, woods and trees in England

Prepared by the Forestry Climate Change Working Group 2018

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Forestry Skills Study Report for England and Wales

2017

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