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Five new topics - Woodland Archaeology, Tree Health, Tree ID, Forest Soils and GIS management planning -  have been added to the Royal Forestry Society's popular one-day courses for 2018.

Back by popular demand are courses on Grading and Measuring your Timber, a Guide for Caring for your Wood and Essentials for Measuring Woods and Trees.

The first of the courses, Woodland Archaeology and Tree Health - pests and diseases are being held in April. All course are open to  members and non members. For details and to book here

Leading the first of the new courses are:

Adam Sharman Photo John Morris Dec 15 By Chris Smith

 Adam Sharman

Tree Health - pests and diseases

6 April 2018

John Morris 

Woodland Archaeology

16 April 2018