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The economic and social contribution of forestry for people in Scotland
This Research Note summarises the results of a two-year valuation of the current social and economic contribution of forestry, forests and woodlands to the people of Scotland.
Lifestyle, identity and young people’s experiences of mountain biking
This Research Note summarises in-depth research conducted with young people as part of the Active England project at Bedgebury Forest, Kent.
Forests as places of mental well-being for people with dementia
This Research Note is based on a PhD research study ‘Forests as places of mental well-being: the meaning and use of urban forests by people with early-stage dementia’. The study...
A valuation of the economic and social contribution of forestry for people in Scotland
This report presents the results of a comprehensive valuation of the current social and economic benefits of forestry, forests and woodlands in Scotland that are derived by the people of...
Trees, people and the built environment - Proceedings of the Urban Trees Research Conference 13-14 April 2011
Our urban forests, the trees and woodlands in and around our towns and cities, provide numerous environmental, economic and social benefits. As the most important single component of green infrastructure...
Leisure landscapes: exploring the role of forestry in tourism
This publication aims to provide an insight into the role of the forestry sector in tourism provision. It is targeted at people such as land managers, tourism operators and policy...
Insights from behavioural economics for ecosystem services valuation and sustainability
Ecosystem services refer to the benefits or outputs that people derive from ecosystems. Following the publication of the UK National Ecosystem Assessment there has been a growing interest in assessing...
Managing public safety on harvesting sites
Everyone involved in forestry work has health and safety duties and responsibilities. This Practice Note provides guidance to help landowners, forest managers and forestry practitioners manage public safety on harvesting...
Managing woodland access and forest operations in Scotland
Forests and woodlands bring wide-ranging and diverse benefits to people in Scotland. They are ideal places for people of all ages to participate in leisure, recreation and sports. However, forests...
The UK Forestry Standard - summary checklist
Practising sustainable forestry means managing our forests in a way that meets our needs at present but that does not compromise the ability of future generations to meet their needs....