June 19-21 2019
Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6EL, UK
This three-day symposium draws together a wide variety of voices to explore a wondrous heritage of woodland and forest. In celebration of 100 years of forestry in the UK it looks back at the last 100 years and looks forward to the next. We draw on the wisdom of foresters, environmental managers, policy-makers, scientists and other experts; we hear the voices of artists, writers, philosophers and others who wander and wonder in our varied British forests; and we learn from others around the world about their own cultural connections to trees, and the wood that produces some of the world’s most beautiful objects.
This event is produced in partnership with the Royal Forestry Society.
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