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Grown in Britain Week 2016

Wednesday 12th October 2016

Education Day – from young people to professional development

The Royal Forestry Society is holding a one-day training course on trees and woodland management designed to meet the needs of new and novice woodland owners, and others who wish to develop their knowledge and skills in many aspects of forestry.

Course being held on the 12th October:



The course has clear learning objectives and will include a mixture of lectures and practical activities. The location has been selected where the principles being explained can be demonstrated in the forest. 

For more information please see here.


logo_crown_timberForests for the Future is designed for upper Primary learners 10 –12 years, in England and Scotland, to explore the local and global issues surrounding climate change and sustainable development. There is  a focus on the role that trees, forests, and people can play in reducing and/or mitigating any negative impacts.

This resource has been produced and presented by The Crown Estate, in partnership with Forestry Commission Scotland, Forestry Commission England, Forest Research, and the Royal Highland Educational Trust, adapting and using the original material and activities developed by Westonbirt Arboretum.

Please see here for more information

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