In August, Woodland Heritage was delighted to learn that HRH The Prince of Wales had accepted its request to renew his Patronage of the charity. The Prince of Wales agreed to become Patron of Woodland Heritage in 2005 in recognition of the charity's efforts to improve the management of woodlands in the UK.
Graham Taylor MBE, MICFor, Managing Director of Pryor and Rickett Silviculture, stepped down as a trustee of Woodland Heritage at its AGM in Staffordshire in June, after eight, highly productive years on the board.
Renowned tree writer and photographer Archie Miles has been inspired to create a beautiful illustrated monograph about our ash trees before ash dieback and the almost certain arrival of emerald ash borer in the near future erase the vast majority of them from the British landscape.
Woodland Heritage is delighted to announce that the winner of this year’s Peter Savill Award is Professor Jo Bradwell, an immunologist by profession, but whose support for innovation in science and research for the benefit of trees and forestry over the last five years has no parallel in the UK.
Woodland Heritage launched its new website in June, packed full of fresh and eye-catching content, just a fortnight after the latest edition of its popular and well-received annual Journal was posted to its members and supporters. The website, has had its first facelift in a decade…