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Treescapes 2021 is a unique event being led by early career researchers from a number of UK universities and disciplines to stimulate conversations between the research and woodland practitioner communities. We aim to capture the priorities and concerns of stakeholders and to influence future research agendas and practices.
The conference is for all those carrying out research allied to forestry, woodland, urban and other treescapes, for those managing woods and trees and for those interested in learning about the latest forestry and forestry-related research.
The conference will be hosted online.
Prof Chris Quine will give the Keynote address on 7/7 “Research and practice – Crossing disciplines and sharing knowledge”.
Berglind Karlsdottir will present on 7/7 “Designing policies that bridge the knowledge-action gap”
Katrina Dainton will present “Enhancing Integrated Pest Management in Forestry” during the session on 7/7 at 11:55
See the full conference programme
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