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The latest National Forest Inventory (NFI) report has been published today, 28th July 2022.

The forecasts in the report estimate how our woodlands may change over time. The NFI forecasts examine different aspects of the future state of the woodland according to alternative future management scenarios. One key aspect of NFI forecasts is timber availability with the forecasts including the corresponding standing volume remaining in woodlands and the increment.

Please visit the NFI page to read the report.

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28 Jul 2022

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