Forests for the Future by Rod Leslie

02/03/2011

in Expert Articles, Opinion

Retired head of policy at the Forestry Commission, Rod worked for the FC for over 35 years. In his time as a forester, he not only worked in Field management & Conservation policy but was also the commission’s Private forestry & Environment officer for the South and West of England.

Rod is a keen ornithologist and expert on the critically endangered Nightjar.  His book ‘Birds and Forestry‘ (co-authored with Mark Avery, RSPB Conservation director), is acclaimed as a step toward sustainable forestry planning. Tackling the issues between forestry and nature conservation.

We are lucky enough to share with you this paper written by Rod Leslie, where he discusses the facts and creates a strong vision for our publicly owned forests to be Forests for a Future.

 

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