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Future Woods: The Voices of Regenerative Forestry

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Join us for an inspirational look at UK woodlands. Together we can create a vibrant woodland sector that helps to tackle climate change, provides a huge range of natural benefits, and leaves future generations with productive, resilient woodlands to be proud of. But how? This podcast asks your questions: how do we manage our trees and woods in the best possible way? How do we make money from our trees? How do I get into forestry? Where do I go for training? What kit do I need and how do I fund it? What is the environmental impact of cutting down or planting trees? We share techniques, experiences, and stories from across the UK, from small scale to commercial enterprises. To make a difference we need everybody involved: all land managers, farmers, foresters, conservationists, smallholders, community woodlanders, woodland owners, and enthusiasts. So, whether you have 10 trees, 10,000 hectares, or simply a love of trees, this podcast is for you. Send your thoughts for future episodes to https://forms.gle/W8qFQ75EWbXJE1ZE9

Join us for an inspirational look at UK woodlands. Together we can create a vibrant woodland sector that helps to tackle climate change, provides a huge range of natural benefits, and leaves future generations with productive, resilient woodlands to be proud of. But how? This podcast asks your questions: how do we manage our trees and woods in the best possible way? How do we make money from our trees? How do I get into forestry? Where do I go for training? What kit do I need and how do I fund it? What is the environmental impact of cutting down or planting trees? We share techniques, experiences, and stories from across the UK, from small scale to commercial enterprises. To make a difference we need everybody involved: all land managers, farmers, foresters, conservationists, smallholders, community woodlanders, woodland owners, and enthusiasts. So, whether you have 10 trees, 10,000 hectares, or simply a love of trees, this podcast is for you. Send your thoughts for future episodes to https://forms.gle/W8qFQ75EWbXJE1ZE9

Location:

United States

Description:

Join us for an inspirational look at UK woodlands. Together we can create a vibrant woodland sector that helps to tackle climate change, provides a huge range of natural benefits, and leaves future generations with productive, resilient woodlands to be proud of. But how? This podcast asks your questions: how do we manage our trees and woods in the best possible way? How do we make money from our trees? How do I get into forestry? Where do I go for training? What kit do I need and how do I fund it? What is the environmental impact of cutting down or planting trees? We share techniques, experiences, and stories from across the UK, from small scale to commercial enterprises. To make a difference we need everybody involved: all land managers, farmers, foresters, conservationists, smallholders, community woodlanders, woodland owners, and enthusiasts. So, whether you have 10 trees, 10,000 hectares, or simply a love of trees, this podcast is for you. Send your thoughts for future episodes to https://forms.gle/W8qFQ75EWbXJE1ZE9

Language:

English


Episodes

What is regenerative forestry?

3/29/2021
Welcome to the first ever episode of FUTURE WOODS podcast, where we ask our guests to go beyond sustainability to investigate what a truly regenerative relationship between woodlands and humans might look like. We uncover challenges, from the demise of the rural economy to the over simplified ‘polarized’ debates preferred by the media: “timber production vs biodiversity”, “spiky trees vs fluffy trees” – do we have to choose, or can we have our woody cake and eat it? Does size matter when it...

Duration:00:54:23