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A new calculator and planting guidance have been developed to help farmers decide which trees to plant, and in what formation, to mitigate the impact of ammonia emissions from animal housing and grazing areas.

Forest Research is proud to be a partner in a major bacterial plant diseases research programme, supported by UK Research and Innovation’s Strategic Priorities Fund and announced by the Parliamentary...

A study is underway to evaluate the use of nature and nature-based activities to help integrate migrants in Sweden and promote good health.

Forest Research (FR) has received certification to ISO14001:2015 after approval by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance Ltd (LRQA). Following a visit by the Assessment Team in October, FR was judged to be...

Office workers feeling the heat could benefit from the planting of nearby trees, a new study by the University of Reading and Forest Research has found.

Professor Chris Quine has been appointed as the new Chief Scientist for Forest Research (FR), Great Britain’s principal organisation for forestry and tree-related research. The post of Chief Scientist oversees the...

Forestry sector launches plan to work together to adapt to climate change

A team from Forest Research, Fera and The Tree Council paid a visit to the US to find out more about emerald ash borer.

A major new campaign called Action Oak was launched at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Chalara ash dieback on different ash species and non-ash hosts

Research concludes payments for ecosystem services, networks and social learning could be helpful approaches to encourage woodland management

Understanding the contribution of forests to human health and well-being