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The Statistics team in Forest Research produce a range of statistics on behalf of the Forestry Commission. Our main statistics are published annually in Forestry Statistics and summarised in Forestry Facts and Figures. Statistics on specific topics are available via the following links:
Woodland: Woodland area, certified woodland area, new planting and restocking.
Timber: Production and trade in wood and wood products, timber price indices.
Public Opinion: Biennial Public Opinion of Forestry surveys and other surveys of public attitudes.
Social: Visits to woodland, quality of experience and visitor characteristics.
Indicators: Forestry indicators at country, UK and international levels.
International returns: UK data submitted to international organisations.
Other topics: Including employment, environment, nurseries and woodfuel.
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