Collaborative frameworks in land management: a case-study of wild deer in Britain
The page summarises the work of an interdisciplinary project, funded by the Rural Economy and Land Use Programme of the UK Research Councils, to develop collaborative and sustainable management of natural resources in Britain.
Community Woodlands and Forestry
Researching community involvement in woodland ownership, management and forest governance
Crime and safety in woodlands and natural spaces
This page is about Forest Research’s joint seminar with Lancashire Constabulary, CABE Space and English Nature to understand how fears of anti-social behaviour and personal safety affect public use of woods, forests and open spaces.
Cultural ecosystem services, values and benefits
cultural ecosystem services, cultural ecosystem benefits, wellbeing benefits, social and environmental justice, green infrastructure, urban forestry, trees and woodlands.
Cultural value of trees, woods and forests
This page summarises findings and recommendations from a Forest Research study into how participation in woodland events and activities generates cultural value. The study also reviewed how woodland stakeholders measure this value and how it influences their plans and decisions.
EcoServ-GIS: a toolkit for mapping ecosystem services
Background EcoServ-GIS is a toolkit to map ecosystem services at a county and region scale. The toolkitgenerates maps illustrating the need for each service as well as the capacity for...
Ecology of upland native woodlands
Investigating the influence of different management options and ecological processes on the condition of upland native woodland habitats
Economic integration of urban consumers demand and rural forestry production (EU COST action E30)
Understanding problems and solutions to forest-based entrepreneurship
Edinburgh Panda Consortium
The Edinburgh Consortium for Giant Panda Conservation and Forest Landscape Restoration aims to deliver a 10-year Research Programme in partnership with Wolong and Sichuan colleagues.
Encouraging biodiversity at multiple scales in support of resilient woodlands. Forestry Commission Research Note FCRN 033.
Woodland ecosystems are integral to our health, well-being, security and economy, but they face a number of pressures including climate change, land-use intensification, and emerging pests and diseases. This Research...