The latest news from Centre for Forest Protection.
Talor Witham, PhD student with the Centre for Forest Protection at Forest Research and Reading University presented at a recent specialist conference in Nanjing.
Kew Research Leader Dr Laura Kelly has a new Centre for Forest Protection project starting this Autumn.
Meet our new cohort of Centre for Forest Protection Interns
New and improved – a chromosomal level reference genome for European ash.
The two halves of our birch project came together this week.
Our researcher Danny has been out looking at trees suffering from ash dieback.
We are proud about having our researchers talk about the latest findings and current project status during the Trees for Climate Change, Biodiversity and People conference. Thank you for inviting us!
Our science programme will support the UK governments' forest and tree strategies and the successful delivery of tree planting programmes. Research outcomes will also directly contribute to the improved resilience of the UK’s forests, woodlands and trees and help promote enhanced capacity and capability in forest and tree health research.
A key priority for the Centre is knowledge exchange and ensuring that research outputs are shaped by stakeholder engagement to increase their relevance and impact. Part of this will be working with stakeholders to create a knowledge hub to promote the sharing of evidence, expertise and best practice that can help promote the resilience of forests and woodlands.