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Natural colonisation: the opportunities and pitfalls in creating new resilient woods

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: 18 Nov 2021 - 18 Nov 2021

: Online 10am to 1pm

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This webinar, organised by the Small Woods Association in partnership with the Forestry Climate Change Working Group features an authoritative line up of speakers and panellists to address this topic and provide practitioners with insight and guidance on policy, risk, opportunity and good practice for this relatively new approach to woodland creation.

We have a great range of talks lined up:          

Jonathon Spencer MBE -  ‘Woodlands and…self-propelled or planted? The pros and cons of naturally regenerated trees’

Keith Kirby -  ‘‘Natural’ colonisation: useful tool, not a panacea’

 Mark Broadmeadow -  'An overview of the guidance on natural colonisation that has recently been                                published by the Forestry Commission.'

Joan Cottrell -  ‘Natural regeneration and resilient woodlands-a genetic perspective’

and Emily Warner -   ‘Woodland regeneration in Norway, lessons for Scotland’

 

For more information please download the flyer.