Celebrating 100 years of forestry and raising awareness of volunteering

Throughout 2019 the Forestry Commission, along with partners, is celebrating 100 years of forestry. Following the passing of the Forestry Act in September 1919, the Forestry Commission was founded to replenish the nation’s timber reserves in the wake of the First World War. Now England’s largest public landowner, actively managing over 1,500 public forests and woodlands to benefit people, nature and the economy. As part of the celebrations a staff volunteering scheme is being promoted. Could you use some FC employees on your site? 
Find out more and who to contact at https://c-js.co.uk/2BHB0XW