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When you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise. 92 pages exploring multiple roles of trees through many different lenses

Latest Forestry and Landscaping webinars

As the natural world changes too quickly for comfort and with diminishing viable space for a burgeoning human population, there is a growing agreement that we need to restore damaged environments in a way that re-builds ecological integrity and offers viable socio-economic...
Increasing the margins of mudflat, reedbed and saltmarsh along the edges of hardened, urbanised estuaries is what the Estuary Edges project is about. In the case study estuary, the Tidal Thames, South East UK, there has been a loss of 10,000 hectares of saltmarsh since 1860 (Environment Agency,...

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For the last three years Heather has been working as an independent consultant, undertaking a range of projects, focused predominantly in the learning and skills sector. She also works with the Building Research Establishment, mostly to do with quality assurance, quality improvement and...