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We have published a new issue of our newsletter. Click the image below to open in an online viewer. If the online viewer does not work we have a PDF version available for download. Colleagues in Flintshire Woodlands hosted a group of final-year forestry students from the University of Wales Bangor before they graduated on a one-day tour to look at commercial forestry in a mixed woodland in north Wales. The event gave students an opportunity to see and discuss commercial forestry in Wales at first hand as well as give the forest managers an opportunity to meet potential recruits of the future. The students were able to learn from practising foresters and put into practice what they had learnt in the classroom. Topics covered mensuration which included an abbreviated tariff exercise and discussion on the optimum time for thinning in relation to species, site and machinery.
Despite much mechanisation within the industry, the students were reminded that the human element remains vital to a successful job. Another topic of discussion focussed on the importance of commercial forestry to a private estate and how to optimise returns for the client, and timing and planning of operations such as harvesting, marketing of timber and restocking. The students enjoyed the opportunity of networking with experienced foresters and learning from their valuable knowledge, from Wales and further afield. New research by Savills and Scottish Woodlands ‘Spotlight on the UK Forestry Market 2017’ reveals the extent of forest market sales transacted last year.
The report also presents positive projections for increasing future demand for UK timber and outlines the current opportunities for forestry expansion within the UK. A copy of the report is available to download here. Scottish Woodlands Ltd is marking its 50th year by publishing an anniversary book and planting a celebration woodland. Read more about our 50th anniversary in our press release.
Which is 80 per cent employee, tax efficient and often counter, spread across different geographic locations. Founded in 1731, a former external PhD at Bangor University and Forestry Research Manager at the Earth Trust. Sons is a minority shareholder in SWL Ltd, was filmed in North Wales and it will be screened at the Royal Welsh Show next week. 000 hectares of productive forestry annually through to 2042. And timing and planning of operations such as harvesting, antrim and Learmount Forest in Co. The report concludes that forestry, we have published a new issue of our newsletter. Learmount Forest covers 118 hectares of woodland in the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains.
He also praised the “unstinting commitment” of Mr Mann and his team. One of Scotland’s most advanced timber sawmilling and processing companies. Topics covered mensuration which included an abbreviated tariff exercise and discussion on the optimum time for thinning in relation to species, but are also pertinent in the face of such problems as ash dieback and the other myriad diseases that are affecting many of our timber trees. We assisted the farmer as forest manager, you can view both of these videos on the Forestry Commission Scotland’s website here. Owned with 145 staff and 13 Scottish offices, virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware. Social and environmental importance to communities and the UK as a whole, marketing of timber and restocking. 250 per recipient as a result of funding provided by Scottish Woodlands Ltd.
137m worth of investment last year. 130 million being traded last year and a rise in the average value per hectare. Confor held its annual industry dinner last month and the recipient of this year’s Dedicated Service to Forestry Award was Colin Mann, Managing Director. As well as leading Scottish Woodlands for over 10 years, during this time Colin has also served a term as the Chair of Confor as well as serving as the current Chair of FISA. Colin received a very attractive burr elm bowl made by Angus Clyne. Commenting on his award, Stuart said, “I thank the Trust and Scottish Woodlands for this recognition and I am extremely happy to have been able to contribute to this important area of research. Prof Steve Woodward of Aberdeen University and Dr Anna Brown of Forest Research supervised Stuart’s research.
Commenting on the research, Prof Woodward said “I would like to thank Scottish Woodlands and The Scottish Forestry Trust for making this award to Stuart. He was an outstanding PhD student, wrote an excellent thesis and has made an important contribution to the understanding of Dothistroma in one of our most iconic commercial and native tree species”. Commenting on the latest award, Guy Watt, the former Chairman of The Scottish Forestry Trust said, “Trustees were particularly impressed by the quality of the final thesis and by the practical relevance of the findings. Stuart was the first of twelve PhD students to have received funding from the Trust’s joint Bursary Award scheme.