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Be part of this timely conference to discover ways in which bold ambitions and targets for tree planting and increased woodland cover can be met in England.

The conference will examine:

  • The developing business case for land owners and managers to become involved in woodland creation and management: grants, revenue and opportunity costs.
  • Actions that will grow national capability for woodland creation and management: nursery stock, biosecurity, skills and infrastructure.
You have come to the page to register for the event. To find out more about the event, including the programme and our sponsors, visit the main event webpage.

Booking:

Early booking is advised. Delegate places including the following: access to all the conference sessions; delegate pack booklet; access to four pre-event webinars.

In response to the coronavirus situation, the Conference is now being delivered on-line, with the advantage of enabling access for more people country-wide:

A maximum of 240 places are on offer at the following rates, so book early. After these are booked, rates will be revised.

Passes available to all organisations
One delegate, one portal - on-line access - (£115)
Up to five delegates, via five portals - on-line access (£335)

Discounted rates for small charities and local government
One delegate, one portal - on-line access - (£95)
Up to five delegates, via five portals - on-line access (£295)

(Available to local government employees (including National Park Authorities) and small charities (those that reported a turnover of <£1 million in their last published accounts)

Lead Partners

Conference Partners: Forest Carbon Ltd and J & A Growers

Details

Start: 25 March 2020
09:00
End: 25 March 2020
17:00
Ecosystems Knowledge Network