The Future Treescapes 22 conference was held on 22nd September 2022. It ignited conversations around our woods, forests and treescapes and saw six new research projects launched
The Greensounds project, involving Alice Goodenough and Philip Reeder has been conducting numerous workshops throughout the spring and summer.
Six major research projects, which are part of the Future of UK Treescapes programme, have received a share of £3 million funding over the next two years from UK Research and Innovation.
Earlier this month, Katarina Kubinakova attended the annual European Rural Parliament (ERP) which this year was held in Kielce, Poland.
The CCRI team has had a number of publication success over the summer months including journal articles, book chapters and special issue journals.
Last month, CCRI's Charlotte Chivers gave two presentations at the 22nd World Congress of Soil Science, held in Glasgow.
In early September, the CCRI welcomed its latest placement student and the first to hail from the University of Gloucestershire, Bee Ray-Smallcalder.
Since the launch of our new website we will be providing updates about our vibrant PhD student community. Find out what they have been up to over the summer.
A number of the CCRI team recently attended the RGS-IBG international conference in Newcastle which returned to a more traditional 'in-person' format.