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15 May 2020 — News story
This update provides details on the Forestry Commission’s working practices during the coronavirus outbreak.
30 April 2020 — Blog post
Woodland Resilience Officer Rob Coventry on his role in the Forestry Commission and how it’s necessary to deal with the threats of Ash Dieback.
15 April 2020 — Press release
Tackling oak processionary moth in parts of London and South East England.
14 April 2020 — Press release
Farmers and land managers can apply for the scheme to create new woodlands that help tackle the effects of climate change.
1 June 2020 — Detailed guide
Find information and support on woodland creation in England, including funding to create woodland, legal requirements and best practice for sustainability.
15 April 2020 — Detailed guide
Use this guide to apply for a licence to fell growing trees using our Felling Licence Online service
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