Analysis of Rod Leslies’ Forests for the Future paper


in Expert Articles, Opinion

At the beginning of March, retired head of policy at the Forestry Commission, Rod Leslie, shared his seven-points for a vision of UK Forests for the Future.

Leslie has over 35 years in field management & conservation policy, and worked as the commission’s Private Forestry & Environment officer for the South and West of England. His book ‘Birds and Forestry‘ (co-authored with Mark Avery, RSPB Conservation director), is acclaimed as a step toward sustainable forestry planning.

In the coming weeks, SOW looks in more detail at each of his seven points:

Part 1

  1. To resolve the future of our favourite National Forests forever by giving them ‘Inalienable to the Nation’ legal status parallel to equally iconic National Trust properties.
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