Blogs

In the run-up to the Accelerating Woodland Creation Conference, we are publishing a series of perspectives on the challenge being addressed by this timely event.

First Steps on a Long Journey

In this article, first published on 13th March, Dougal Driver, Chief Executive of Grown in Britain, highlights some vital considerations for the Accelerating Woodland Creation Conference. Grown in Britain is a Lead Partner in the Conference. Dougal Driver is one of the Conference Chairs and is speaking in a pre-conference webinar on the Plant Healthy scheme on 17th March.

A Long-Term Business

In this article, first published on 9th March, Jason Beedell of Strutt & Parker and Jon Lambert of John Clegg & Co identify two key challenges for delivering woodland creation ambitions in England. Strutt & Parker is a Lead Partner in the Conference. Jon Lambert is a panelist in the Conference.

The Great Acceleration

In this article, published on 5th March, Matthew Hay of Forest Carbon Ltd. highlights the challenge and opportunity for new finance for woodland creation. Matthew's colleague James Hepburne-Scott is a panelist in the Conference.

Falling Back in Love with Trees

In this article, Dougal Driver, Chief Executive of Grown in Britain, highlights that this is an opportune time for all involved in woodland creation and management. He highlights the need to manage trees once planted. Grown in Britain is a Lead Partner in the Conference.