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Indicators for UK woodlands are produced every 4 years as part of Forest Europe’s pan-European indicators of sustainable forest management.
Prior to this, the UK Indicators of Sustainable Forestry were released in 2002. Whilst this publication has been discontinued, annual updates to data for many of the indicators in this release are provided in Forestry Statistics.
Some indicators related to woodland have also been included in:
Indicators for England are available at https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/forestry-commission-corporate-plan-performance-indicators.
Indicators for Scotland are available at https://forestry.gov.scot/forestry-strategy.
Indicators for Wales are available at https://gov.wales/woodlands-wales-indicators.
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