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Evidence, policy & practice
Our evidence, policy and practice catalogue brings together publications from across the Woodland Trust, from research and policy reports to practical advice for landowners and land managers.
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New issue of Wood Wise - seeds of hope
Securing the future of our trees and woods in a post-EU world
By The Woodland Trust, 2016, Policy paper, Development and planning, Biodiversity, conservation and wildlife
Read our policy paper on Brexit and the future of the UK's trees and woods in a post-EU world.
Keeping rivers cool - creating riparian shade for climate change adaptation
By The Woodland Trust, 2016, Practical guidance, Climate change, Ecosystem services, Woodland creation, Water
A guidance manual on creating shade over rivers...
Fuelling ancient woodland restoration
By The Woodland Trust, 2017, Case study, Ancient woodland restoration
A creative solution for financing sensitive woodland management in Wales
The dormice of Fingle Woods
By The Woodland Trust, 2017, Case study, Ancient woodland restoration, Woodland creation, Woodland management, Biodiversity, conservation and wildlife
A ground-breaking partnership to transform ancient Fingle Woods in Devon could also change the fortunes of the rare hazel dormouse.
Ancient Woodland – The Woodland Trust’s position
By The Woodland Trust, 2017, Position statement, Ancient woodland
Ancient woods are irreplaceable, yet they cover only 2% of the UK. There should be no further loss of ancient woodland.
Defnydd yr laith Gymraeg/Use of the Welsh language - The Woodland Trust's position
By The Woodland Trust, 2016, Position statement, Communities
We have adopted a set of detailed guidelines on the use of the Welsh language, which includes the use of our Welsh language name (Coed Cadw), the use of Welsh on publications and in press releases, on the telephone and at public meetings. The vast majority of the guidelines reflect current practice within the Woodland Trust.
Wood Wise - seeds of hope
By Kay Haw, 2016, Journal (Wood Wise), Biodiversity, conservation and wildlife, Climate change
This issue explores the genetic diversity in native trees and shrubs, and how to safeguard genetic resources for the future...