- Winning students: 2012 RFS Silky Fox Handsaws Award
26 June 2012
RFS Silky Fox Handsaws Awards are being presented to 22 exceptional students at colleges around England and Wales. The Awards were introduced this year, in partnership with Silky Fox Handsaws...
- Six travel bursaries take forestry students around the world
07 June 2012
The Royal Forestry Society (RFS) has awarded a record number of Randle Bursaries, amounting to nearly...
- We are so much more than timber, forestry, woodlands and trees
09 May 2012
“We are so much more than timber, forestry, woodlands and trees” – so Pam Warhurst, Chair of the Forestry Commission, summed up the mood of the RFS NDG James Memorial Event conference...
- Spencer Bursary winners: what we learned at the RASE/RFS conference
09 May 2012
Ten students who were awarded Spencer Bursaries from the Royal Forestry Society (RFS) joined forestry industry experts at a conference looking at new ways of valuing and adding value to trees...
- Gold Medal for ‘builder of bridges’ between conservation and commercial forestry
30 April 2012
One of the UK’s best known woodland ecologists, Dr Keith Kirby, has joined an elite rank of ‘Forestry Greats’ by being presented with the Royal Forestry Society (RFS) Gold Medal. The...
- Valuing and Adding Value to Trees and Woodlands: successful RFS/RASE event
26 April 2012
A wide variety of speakers addressed issues on “Valuing and Adding Value to Trees and Woodlands”. Some of these talks will be posted on the RASE website at
- From woodland economics to walking sticks - stepping out with the RFS in 2012
13 March 2012
The Royal Forestry Society’s 21 Divisions have launched one of their most exciting and diverse programmes of woodland visits and talks. Whether you are wondering about woodland landscape...