Much of the hardwood resource in Britain and Ireland is of poor quality, the wood being suited only to lower value products.
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales has agreed to become Patron of Woodland Heritage in what is seen as a “tremendous boost” to their efforts to improve the management of woodlands in the UK.
The pioneering Canadian educator and engineer, Professor Ursula Franklin, described professional foresters as “citizens with a toolkit”.
Lancashire based company Howarth and Jepson, fine furnishers of Clitheroe, have launched their own unique Environmental Charter.
Kentwell Hall in the rolling Suffolk Countryside was the setting for the 2004 get together of the APT, when over 160 members came together for a packed event.