Book now for Forestry Conference 2024

‘People, Products and Possibilities' the focus this year
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The Forestry Conference is run by the CLA, Forestry Commission and Grown in Britain.

Details of the speaker line-up for the seventh annual Forestry Conference, organised by the CLA, Forestry Commission and Grown in Britain, have been announced.

The 2024 focus is ‘People, Products and Possibilities', and will feature a packed programme of sessions and talks on Wednesday, 9 October at Newbury Racecourse in Berkshire.

The all-day conference will provide a strong platform to hear from a range of experts and case studies, share experiences, network and collaborate.

Speakers and case studies will include:

- John Deakin, head of trees and woodlands at the National Trust

- Neil Macdonald, woodland ambassador, apple farmer and woodland owner

- Rob Penn, journalist, broadcaster and trustee of Woodland Heritage

- Linda Farrow, director, Agile Property

- Richard Stanford and Anna Brown, Forestry Commission CEO and director.

Tickets include a full day's programme, lunch, and tea and coffee. They are priced at £110+ VAT for CLA members and Grown in Britain certificate holders, and £135+ VAT for non-members.

The headline partner is Pryor & Rickett Silviculture, with supporting partners Nicholsons and Michelmores LLP.