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Partnerships are an increasingly important feature of forest management and governance. The Forestry Commission works with a range of stakeholders, including the third sector and civil society organisations, local authorities and other public agencies. Forest Research explored different partnership models to identify which models were most effective at meeting funding and sustainability targets and delivering impact.
This work now forms the basis of an action plan for joint agency-third sector working (Compact statement). It research is also informing government reviews of departmental engagement with civil society.
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