Website Links to Friends & Associates
News, information and events for all groups and tree enthusiast. visit http://www.dendrologist.org.uk/
FORESTRY COMMISSION ENGLAND: ENGLAND'S WOODLAND MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE
These pages provide advice that is specific to England's woodlands and are intended to work alongside the expert advice available from the Great Britain and Forest Research web pages.
This resource is intended to support the implementation of the revised 'UK Forestry Standard' and new 'Forest and Climate Change Guidelines'.
GROWN IN BRITAIN
1. Create a new and stronger market 'pull' for the array of products derived from our forests and woodlands.
2. Develop private sector funding that supports the planting and management of forests and woodlandsthrough funding from corporates as part of their corporate social responsibility
3. Connect together and harness the positive energy and feelings towards our forests andwoodlands that many in our society share to create a strong 'wood culture'. A wood culture that captures personal health and fitness, well-being, community and encouragesuse of more wood and forest products.
Grown in Britain has cross Government support and the potential to make a lasting difference to the forestsand woodlands of Britain.
Grown in Britain can be followed on Twitter @GrowninBritain
The Small Woods Association is a membership organisation for hands-on woodland owners and practitioners. It champions the sustainable management of woodlands and promotes the activities of all those involved with delivering the many benefits that woodlands produce, particularly timber and wood products.
Other activities include woodland related courses and running projects, working with woodland owners, managers, contractors, coppice workers, apprentices, unemployed people, people recovering from illness, forest schools and conservation organisations.
THE TREE REGISTER
The Tree Register is the Tree Register of the British Isles, also known as the Tree Register of Britain and Ireland and often referred to by its acronym TROBI
The Tree Register is a registered charity collating and updating a database of notable trees throughout Britain and Ireland. It provides information on the size and growth of trees which is not available from any other source. This unique register comprises of a computer database with details of more than 150,000 trees.