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National Forest Inventory forecasts estimate how our woodlands may change over time. One key aspect of the forecasts is timber availability, including the corresponding standing volume remaining in woodlands and the increment which underpins the long-term policy and investment decisions of the wood using sector.
This seminar will discuss the results of the latest National Forest Inventory 25 year forecast of softwood timber availability for the UK.
Who is this seminar for?
This seminar will be of interest to forest practitioners and decision makers, particularly those with an interest in timber harvesting and processing in the UK.
To register for this seminar you will be required to agree to us holding the personal information you provide for the purposes of this seminar for a period of up to 14 days after the date of the seminar. You can read the Forestry Commission’s personal information charter on gov.uk
A recording of the seminar will be placed on the Forest Research Vimeo channel.
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