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    Economics of Woodland Creation in England

    The Economics of Woodland Creation project aims to build England’s forest economic evidence base to help land managers and businesses make informed decisions on land use change and woodland management. This will be achieved through the collection and economic analysis of information on the financial implications of woodland creation options.
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    Developing a Woodland Water Code

    The design and development of a Woodland Water Code (WWC) to act as a crediting mechanism to encourage private investment in trees for the improvement of the freshwater environment.
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    Understanding the significance and impacts of different populations of Dothistroma septosporum on native and exotic forest species in Britain

    This research aims to determine whether genetically distinct British populations of the foliar pine pathogen, Dothistroma septosporum are phenotypically different from one another.
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    Fungi for Forest Restoration (Fungi4Restor)

    The Fungi4Restor project will investigate the patterns and mechanisms of soil woodland fungal community recovery on former agricultural land, assess the significance of these communities for tree establishment, and explore interventions as potential accelerators for the restoration of soil woodland fungal communities.
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    Expanding Agroforestry: A Tree Species Guide for Agroforestry in the UK

    This ‘Tree Species Guide for UK Agroforestry Systems’ provides an overview of 33 species of trees and shrubs that could be planted in UK agroforestry systems.
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    Forestry & Woodland Resilience to Drought (FORWaRD)

    To inform ‘climate resilient forestry’ policy and management, understanding the drought response of UK tree species is crucial but remains largely unquantified. The Forestry & Woodland Resilience to Drought (FORWaRD) project will address these knowledge gaps by providing an integrated assessment of drought resilience for a variety of UK tree species across a range of temporal and spatial scales.
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    Social and cultural values of treescapes

    This research project aimed to improve the representation and understanding of the social and cultural values of treescapes in plant health policy. Existing evidence on the social and cultural values of treescapes by publics tends to be limited in scope, for example to recreation, aesthetics, or health values.
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    Understanding the public value of Trees outside Woodlands: Peri-Urban and Rural (ToWPUR)

    This project will gather evidence to better understand the social and cultural value of an understudied part of English treescapes: Trees outside Woodlands in peri-urban and rural areas (ToWPUR). The research will feed into a variety of policy aims relating to the societal benefits and impact of tree-planting and management.
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    Feel Good in the Forest: Social prescribing pilot project evaluation

    Feel Good in the Forest is a social prescribing pilot project run by Forestry England. It is part of a wider programme called Active Forests. The pilot aimed to address barriers to participation in forest-based activities and engage inactive and fairly active people with mild to moderate health conditions.
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    Mapping the Social Benefits of Woodland Creation and Expansion

    This research aims to outline what would be needed and what the benefits would be in establishing a longitudinal research network of new planting sites with communities in different locations to monitor the social benefits, attitudes, actions, motivations and barriers associated with this planting over time.