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Our new-look Quarterly Journal of Forestry (QJF) is launched this month. It includes timber and woodland market reports; a study of cold-tolerant eucalypt species, and Growing Good Oak, an article from Bill Evans, winner of the latest RFS Excellence in Forestry Silviculture Award.

Our new look QJF

Also in this issue: a report on  SilviFuture and our new partnership; oak breeding in the Netherlands; how Managing Woodlands for Wildlife can benefit local economies; Randle Bursary winner Tim Hall reports on a major urban forestry conference and on urban  trees in Canada's cities; Rachel Simmons from RFS Teaching Trees explains the benefits to woodland owners of getting involved and Phil Tanner, our new Education Manager introduces himself!

There are highlights from our Worcestershire Division's Study Tour to France, Society news and much more.

The issue will be delivered to members during January. We hope you enjoy the new format. Find out more at