The Royal Forestry Society opens entries for its Excellence in Forestry Awards 2024, casting the spotlight on projects big and small.
Christopher Williams, chief executive of the Royal Forestry Society, says: “In this era of climate change, it has never been more important to manage our woodlands and forests well.
“We need to have a skilled and knowledgeable workforce to make sure our landscapes can adapt and that our children and young people understand the important part our woodlands have to play in all our futures.”
The categories are The Duke of Cornwall’s Award for Resilient Multi-Purpose Forestry, The Bede Howell Award for Excellence in Silviculture, Small and Farm Woodland of the Year Award, Education and Learning Award and Community Woodland of the Year Award.
Entries are welcome from Royal Forestry Society Members in the counties covered by our Nottingham/Lincolnshire, Midlands, East Anglia and North West Midlands Divisions and from Non Members across the region.
All entries must be received by 30 April 2024. More information can be found here.