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12 November 2018
Scotland’s First World War Centenary Wood
A second-generation “Tree from the Trenches” was planted at Dreghorn outside Edinburgh on Friday, completing Scotland’s First World War Centenary Wood.
Volunteers and members of the armed forces community began planting Scotland’s Centenary Wood in 2014 as a living, growing memorial to all those who served...
We hosted a visit with BSW Timber for Conservative AM Andrew RT Davies at the Newbridge Sawmill. It was an opportunity to discuss the forest sector in Wales and the importance of BSW as the largest private employer in Powys. Below BSW Mill Manager Dave Burd chats to Andrew...
05 November 2018
Tilhill Forestry is launching a training video on diffuse pollution for its contractors to improve environmental protection awareness and to help keep pollution prevention in forestry operations high on the Company’s agenda.
A Tilhill Project Team has worked with the Airborne Lens company to capture high quality aerial drone footage and...
30 October 2018
Yesterday, the government announced that £60m will be made available in order to plant more trees across England. This figure includes £10m for planting more street and urban trees with funding matched by financial contributions and assistance from local authorities, community groups and charities.
The balance of £50 million has been...
26 October 2018
Confor has launched a writing competition designed to stimulate debate on the potential for forestry and wood processing to deliver a Green Brexit and a more sustainable society.
Industry professionals and students (aged 30 and under) have been invited to write a short essay about their vision of the future -...
The BBC recently released an article written by Matt McGrath, Environment Correspondent listing 5 cheap ways to remove CO2 from the atmosphere.
1. Coastal blue carbon
2. Planting trees
4. Agricultural practices
The article mentions that global deforestation has been a significant factor in driving up emissions of carbon, so researchers...