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My name is Ainoa and I am a soil ecologist at Forest Research. I have been in this role for a few months, having previously worked in the entomology department.

Lee Cooper, was presented with his medal at Windsor in November by King Charles – the first occasion of him bestowing these medals as King.

Forest Research was featured on BBC Countryfile on Sunday 20th November.  Read more here…

A new United Kingdom-wide guide outlining how our forests and woodlands can reduce the damaging effects and financial impact of flooding on vulnerable communities has been published by the Forestry...
We are greatly saddened at Forest Research by the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts and condolences are with The Royal Family. The Queen was involved in the...

The guide outlines the steps that can be taken to foster woodlands which will be resilient to current and future threats as a result of climate change.

A state-of-the-art laboratory conducting innovative research into tree pests and diseases has been officially opened today (Friday 13 May) by Defra and the Forestry Commission, as part of National Plant Health Week.

The latest in our Climate Change Factsheet series have been published today, Wednesday 9th February. Aimed at practitioners, the factsheets showcase the breadth of research carried out by Forest Research,…

Research worker Lee Cooper has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list. Based in North Yorkshire, Lee has been awarded a MBE for services to forestry. FR Board member…

A new citizen science application has been launched to identify potential areas of windblown conifer trees following the devasting impact of Storm Arwen. Forest Research is working with Confor, the…

Visits to the UK’s woodlands boosts mental health and is estimated to save £185 million in treatment costs annually, our landmark report finds.

Expert Committee on Forest Science Welcomes New Member Professor Darren Evans