UKFS and Woodland Management Plan Workshops

UKFS and Woodland Management Plan Workshops

In association with Forestry Commission England (FCE), the Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) will run a series of workshops in January and February to introduce the FCE UK Forestry Standard (UKFS) and revised Woodland Management Plans.

The UKFS and Woodland Management Plan Workshops, which will take place at venues across England, offer participants practical advice, hands-on demonstrations and insights from key industry figures in relation to the revised FCE templates.

Woodland Management Plan Advice

The Woodland Management Plan aims to support more woodlands into management, to ensure compliance with UKFS, and to link in with England’s next Rural Development Programme. These workshops incorporate practical advice on using the revised woodland management plan templates, while also offering a better understanding of the FCE’s approval process. The workshops are expected to be particularly useful for forestry practitioners, agents and woodland owners.

Book Your Place

Tickets are now on sale for all workshops and are priced at £30, inclusive of lunch and refreshments. Advanced booking is essential and can be carried out at www.charteredforesters.org/fceplans. Due to limited availability of tickets at selected locations, those interested in attending are encouraged to book early.

Event Speakers

Those attending will benefit from the expertise of the following speakers:

  • Neville Elstone MICFor, Rural Development Forester, Cumbria Woodlands
  • Kevin May MICFor, National Incentives Team Manager, FCE
  • Sam Neck, Project Officer, Incentives & Regulations Team, FCE
  • Paul Orsi MICFor, Director for Forestry & Rural Enterprise, Sylva Foundation
  • John Weir MICFor, Adviser, Woodland Creation and Resilience, FCE
  • Alistair Yeomans MICFor, Chief Operating Officer, Sylva Foundation

Workshop Dates and Locations, 2014

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