The Royal Forestry Society owns three working woodlands:
Hockeridge and Pancake Woods on the Chilterns between Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire and Chesham in Buckinghamshire.
Battram in the National Forest in North West Leicestershire, a woodland planted on previously arable land.
Our Charles Ackers Redwood Grove and Naylor Pinetum at Leighton, near Welshpool in mid Wales.
Case studies can be downloaded from the list on the right. Further information on each of the woods is available here and regular updates are included in our QJF magazine.