Woodlands News

  • New research supersite will tell woodlands climate story

    An exciting new research Supersite will use a climate station to monitor Western Australia's 16 million hectare Great Western Woodland (GWW). The CSIRO and the Department of Environment and Conservation WA (DEC) are leading the establishment of the new research Supersite in 2011, part of an Australia-wide network of sites for monitoring the environment supported by Terrestrial ...

  • New schemes look to protect Irish woodlands

    Government ministers have revealed details about a new scheme designed to improve the quality of Ireland's woodland environment. Mary Wallace, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, announced the launch of the new Native Woodland Scheme and a programme of called NeighbourWood for the country's forests. She said: 'The NeighbourWood Scheme is aimed at developing ...

  • £5 Million Development Provides Immediate Boost for Woodland Grange

    Year on year business levels are showing an increase of more than 60 % at the Woodland Grange Conference Centre, where a £5 million redevelopment was recently completed. “The investment is already having a dramatic effect, and is also significantly widening our customer base,” said the Centre’s Director of Operations David Vaughton: “By the end of the year, we are projecting an increase in ...


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