We are marking two notable milestones in our history this summer, both supported by new publications.
Woodland Heritage’s popular ‘Woodland to Workshop’ (W2W) course had a welcome boost in May thanks to Wood-Mizer UK’s latest bursary award, with Ben Law apprentice, Rachel Johnson, the most recent beneficiary.
Thanks to financial support from BSW, the Welsh Government, Bangor University and the Henry C Hoare Charitable Trust, the Northern European Regional Meeting (NERM) of the International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA) was able to visit some fine examples of multi-purpose forestry in North Wales in mid-April.
Woodland Heritage is delighted to announce that Life Member, Tabitha Binding, has agreed to become a Trustee, attending her first meeting in March.
International silvicultural expert and Chair of the Continuous Cover Forestry Group, Bill Mason, is to deliver a talk called ‘Transforming British Forests through Continuous Cover Forestry’ in Room G23, Thoday Building at Bangor University on Thursday, 28th March 2019 starting at 6.30pm.