British Woodland Survey 2015

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British Woodland Survey 2015

  22/09/2015
Last Updated:  29/09/2015
British Woodland Survey 2015 funded by The Forestry Commission and Woodland Trust is now live This national survey is aiming is to help understand progress in awareness and actions in adapting to environmental change among woodland owners and managers (including agents), tree nursery businesses, and forestry professionals. Preliminary findings will be announced at the Royal Forestry Society/Woodland Trust conference on Resilience on October 1st.