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28 November 2018

New Forests and Management for the Future - Rob Coltman

New Forests and Management for the Future The United Kingdom is facing challenges in an already fast changing 21st Century. Increasing global temperatures and human demands on land put great strain on our isles, impacting economy and ecology alike. Coupled with this, the much-debated effects of Brexit have led to...

SOCIAL

Forest Manager Andrew Fisher updates us on a forest road extension created to facilitate timber harvesting. Due to soft and wet ground conditions, excavation of soft material to access the firmer clay soils beneath was prohibitively expensive and, due to the sheer volume of the material, would prove inconvenient for...

NEWS

27 November 2018

Developing Demand for Diversification - David Pelly

How can forestry and wood processing help deliver a Green Brexit and a more sustainable UK society? Brexit could offer the opportunity to end our overreliance on one non-native species, it presents a chance to use the momentum of change from EU legislation to educate and adapt. As an industry, UK forestry...

NEWS

21 November 2018

Forestry investment remains a top performer

The UK Forest Market Report 2018, launched today in London, has revealed that patience and shrewd forestry investment choices have paid dividends over the last 12 months. Many UK forest owners who purchased their property 30 or 40 years ago are now reaping exceptional rewards for patiently growing their timber assets...

NEWS

05 November 2018

Student Wins Award with Best New Planting Application Report

An Inverness College UHI student is celebrating after winning a prestigious award from Tilhill Forestry. Ryan Assal, who is in the third year of the University of the Highland and Islands’ BSc (Hons) in Forest Management, won the Tilhill Forestry Award for Best New Planting Application following a report he prepared...

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