Our annual Forestry Conference will return this autumn – with a fantastic line-up.
It will be held at Newbury Racecourse in Berkshire on Wednesday, October 11, run by the CLA in partnership with the Forestry Commission and Grown in Britain.
Supported by Pryor & Rickett Silviculture, the 2023 theme is 'Next generation: Securing our future', and will feature a packed programme of sessions and talks.
The conference is normally attended by up to 200 foresters, farmers, landowners, land managers and other stakeholders from across the country, and provides a strong platform to hear from a range of experts and case studies, share experiences, network and collaborate.
Confirmed speakers so far include:
- Dame Glenys Stacey, chair of the Office for Environmental Protection
- Sir Edward Milbank, landowner and director of CSX Carbon
- Andy Howard, CEO of CSX Carbon
- Tom Williams, Managing Director of Maydencroft
- Jez Ralph, owner of Evolving Forests
- Christopher Williams, Chief Executive of the Royal Forestry Society
- Phoebe Oldfield, designer and furniture maker
- Ben Harrower, BH Wildlife Consultancy.
Further speakers and case studies will be announced shortly. CLA President Mark Tufnell will also be participating in a session.
Tickets include a full day's programme, lunch, and tea and coffee. They are priced at £100 + VAT for CLA members and Grown in Britain certificate holders, and £125 + VAT for non-members.
If you have any issues booking online, please call the CLA South East office on 01264 313434 or email email@example.com and the team will be happy to assist.