Tuesday, 9th February 2010
You don’t need to travel to far flung parts of the country to take part in the renaissance in traditional crafts, to be featured on BBC TV over the next six weeks.
Thursday, 21st January 2010
Landowners in The National Forest were congratulated last week for the part they are playing in creating the Forest.
Wednesday, 6th January 2010
The National Forest & Beyond Visitor Guide for 2010 is just out - packed with new ideas for things to see and do in this wonderful forest in the making.
Wednesday, 9th December 2009
Can you get any greener than buying – and planting - a tree?
Wednesday, 4th November 2009
The new edition of Forest Scene is bursting with news and stories from The National Forest. For walkers or cyclists; photographers or poets; for those who want to plant one tree or a whole woodland, there is something for everyone in Forest Scene– plus two pages of events from now until May 2010.
Wednesday, 28th October 2009
The National Forest Company has launched Freewoods, a new scheme for landowners in The National Forest to convert small areas of land to woodland – absolutely free.
Tuesday, 20th October 2009
Attendance figures for the National Forest Wood Fair grew by more than 2,000 this year, exceeding all expectations.
Tuesday, 29th September 2009
Visitors to woodlands across The National Forest will discover trees laden with edible delights. And due to a mild Spring, this year is proving all the more plentiful for fruits and nuts.
Tuesday, 22nd September 2009
There are already over 10m trees in The National Forest. A recent study has shown that the Forest will become a significant source of timber over the next three decades and easily able to sustain the growing interest in wood and timber products.
Tuesday, 15th September 2009
The oak trees of The National Forest are laden with acorns this autumn – and just ripe to collect and plant to grow your own tiny tree that can be part of The National Forest.