We are now open for registrations! Take advantage of our early bird rate of just £45 - limited numbers are available.
This online interactive conference is designed for landowners and managers, foresters, land agents, rural advisors, sustainability leaders, policy advisers, regulators, researchers and woodland specialists across all sectors, to tackle the unique challenges of how to significantly increase woodland creation and management in England and Wales.
Building on the success of the inaugural 2020 Conference, delegates will gain invaluable insight into:
- The business case for landowners and managers to become involved in woodland creation and management: grants, revenue and opportunity costs.
- Innovations in tree planting programmes.
- Opportunities in agroforestry and urban tree planting.
- Actions that will grow capability for woodland creation and management: nursery stock, biosecurity, skills and infrastructure.
View our programme here. To secure your place, click on 'Register' at the top of this page. Our early bird ticket price on sale now is just £45 per person, including full access to content on both 26th and 27th May. There are discounts for three or more delegates from the same organisation when booked in the same booking.
The conference will include an exhibition zone where you can meet sponsors and partners, and online networking so you meet fellow delegates.
We are delighted to welcome Strutt & Parker and John Clegg & Co as our headline sponsors; The Forest Canopy Foundation, Forest Carbon and Lockhart Garratt as sponsors, and Grown in Britain as our lead partner to deliver this event.
Joint Headline Sponsors
We look forward to meeting you at the Accelerating Woodland Creation & Management Conference 2021!
Find out more
If you would like to find out more about the conference, please do hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0333 240 6990.
To find out more about the inaugural Accelerating Woodland Creation & Management Conference that took place on 25th March 2020, visit the Ecosystems Knowledge Network website.