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    Flash Sale Tw
    11 April 2021

    So many benefits to joining RFS! One day courses and woodland meetings start up in May (Covid secure), online training, webinars, seminars, conferences, QJF, e news, Overseas Tours, Book Club and much more. Join us...more
    Qjf 2020 1St Danny Kelliher
    10 April 2021

    Congratulations to our 'Silviculture in Action'  Quarterly Journal of Forestry (QJF) Photo competition winners. In first place is Danny Kelliher’s stunning picture taken during his apprenticeship when he realised he was recording a moment in history at Swynnerton Old...more
    Grey Squirrel Control Survey Results 2021 Crop
    17 March 2021

      Grey squirrels are still rated the number one threat to our broadleaf woodlands – ahead of diseases like Ash Dieback - according to the results of a survey of nearly 800 woodlands owners, land managers...more
    Eve Over Crop
    08 March 2021

      Eve Over: Inspiring other women into forestry careers To celebrate International Women’s Day today (March 8) meet Eve Over, the new Honorary Warden for the RFS Charles Ackers Grove and Naylor Pinetum, here as she describes...more
    Cw Crop 1
    01 March 2021

      Christopher Williams will be taking up the post of RFS Chief Executive on 26 April  Christopher Williams has been appointed Chief Executive of the Royal Forestry Society (RFS) and will be taking up the post...more
    Nick Bolton Crop
    17 February 2021

      Nick Bolton wins the James Cup for his article on Tree Risk Management  An article on Tree Risk Management described by judges as “ A must read for any woodland/tree owner” has won the prestigious...more
    Dan Appoint Light
    01 February 2021

    RFS Teaching Trees is branching out with the appointment of Dan Bean to connect schools and schoolchildren with local woodlands across Chester and North Wales.  Dan Bean: will be connecting schools and schoolchildren to local...more
    Grey Squirrels Strip Tree Bark Credit Rfs
    21 January 2021

    Damage by non-native grey squirrels is a major risk to the health of woodland. Grey squirrels have an appetite for stripping the bark of young trees, an act which can kill the trees outright or...more
    Bryce Planting
    11 January 2021

    When final year Cumbria University forestry student Bryce Flannaghan was unable to purchase a specialist book to help with his final year dissertation, the Royal Forestry Society’s local division, a tree planting gang and a specialist...more
    Georgia Spooner Landscape
    04 January 2021

    The Royal Forestry Society (RFS) has strengthened its headquarters team for 2021 with the appointment of Georgia Spooner as Development Officer. Georgia Spooner: Joining HQ team as Development Officer Georgia will take on the role...more