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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 - beyond the woods
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...
Whitehall Farm - Planting to improve economic returns
By The Woodland Trust, 2017, Case study, Farming, Woodland creation
Read our case study on farmers Stephen and Lynn Briggs, who have integrated trees into their wheat, barley, clover and vegetable-producing business, establishing the largest agroforestry system in the UK.
Shelterbelts can protect soil against erosion
By The Woodland Trust, 2017, Case study, Farming, Water
Strategically positioned shelter belts can protect topsoil against the dangers of erosion from wind and rain, improving the productivity of a farm.
Mob grazing and hedgerows for livestock
By The Woodland Trust, 2017, Case study, Hedges and hedgerow trees, Farming
Read our case study on sheep farmers Nic and Paul Renison who are planting new hedges and trees to provide shelter and to support their mob grazing system.
Space for people 2017
By The Woodland Trust, 2017, Policy paper, Access and recreation, Communities, Health and well-being
Woods and trees are good for us yet how many of us has access to a local woodland?
Maple Farm's approach to agroforestry
By The Woodland Trust, 2017, Case study, Farming, Poultry, Woodland creation
Read our case study on Maple Farm, a 138-hectare organic farm that has incorporated trees in alleys within fields to achieve multiple benefits.