Dealing with resilience through forest planning

The key principle is to anticipate how the conditions experienced by the forest might change, and to design-in ways to manage the risks that these changes could create.

Forestry Commission guidance

UK Forestry Standard Design techniques for forest management planning Right tree in the right place Developing native woodland habitat networks

UK Forestry Standard

Design techniques for forest management planning

The right tree in the right place

Developing native woodland habitat networks

Decision-support tools, databases and apps

Ecological Site Classification (ESC) Establishment Management Information System (EMIS) Treezilla and i-Tree Eco urban forest assessment tools Tool to plan for woodland resilience

Ecological Site Classification (ESC)

Establishment Management Information System (EMIS)

Treezilla and i-Tree Eco urban forest assessment tools

Tool to plan for woodland resilience

Research

Forest Research logo Impact of climate change on forestry in Scotland Delivery of ecosystem services by urban forests

Adapting Scotland's forests to a future climate

Impact of climate change on forestry in Scotland

Delivery of ecosystem services by urban forests