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1-day course: Trees & Woodlands of England: Past, Present & Future

Trees and Woodlands of England: Past, Present and Future

Oxford University Department for Continuation Education (OUDCE) and the Sylva Foundation are holding the following day course in celebration of the 2011 International Year of the Forest.

  • What woodland history can reveal about past ‘wood culture’
    Mr John Morris
    - Director of the Chilterns Woodland Project
  • The state of sustainable forest management in England today
    Dr Peter Savill
    - Emeritus Fellow of Linacre College and the former Reader of Forestry at the University of Oxford’s Plant Sciences Department
  • The future opportunities and challenges of our nation’s trees and woodlands
    Dr Nick Brown - Principle of Linacre College and lecturer in forest ecology at the University of Oxford’s Plant Sciences Department.
  • How the celebration of the OneOak tree project has engaged with people in Oxfordshire and highlighted how a modern day wood culture can help support sustainable communities
    Dr Gabriel Hemery
    - Chief Executive of the Sylva Foundation

Course date – 5th November 2011

Please find further course information and details of how to register on the following link to the OUDCE website

Follow this link for a pdf of a leaflet with further details about the course

Alistair Yeomans, MICFor
Director of Forestry, Sylva Foundation

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office: 01865 408018
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Charity registered in England & Wales (1128516) and in Scotland (SC041892)

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