A high-tech approach which identified over 3,000 historical sites in the New Forest has been judged the UK’s number one archaeological innovation of the last half century.
Open Forest Manager Dave Morris explains why you might see controlled heath fires around the New Forest in the coming weeks and the benefits they bring.
Monitoring of a conservation scheme in the New Forest has been increased to extend its benefits for rare species and habitats.
Thousands of youngsters have learnt more about nature on educational visits to the New Forest in the last 12 months.
A high-tech approach used to identify over 3,000 archaeological sites in the New Forest is one of the archaeological innovations of the last 50 years.
Nick Wardlaw, HLS Contract Manager at the Forestry Commission, introduces an exciting job opportunity to help us protect important habitat in the New Forest.
Hallowe’en is traditionally a time when creepy creatures thrive as darkness descends but for bloodsuckers in the New Forest life is not so rosy.
This piece was originally delivered as a speech by Forestry Commission Deputy Surveyor Bruce Rothnie at the September 2016 Verderers’ Court.
An environmental scheme is on course to eradicate invasive rhododendron from the majority of the New Forest by the end of the decade to benefit native species.
Environment Minister Rory Stewart and Permanent Secretary Clare Moriarty have visited the New Forest to see the considerable benefits wetland restoration is bringing to the area.
A cutting-edge project in the New Forest is succeeding in its quest to record and protect thousands of archaeological sites for the future.
A multi-million pound environmental scheme continues to benefit the New Forest.
Yearly burning of heather and gorse in the New Forest is helping to reinvigorate the area’s heathland habitats for wildlife, according to a scientific study.
A new scientific study (1) in the New Forest by the River Restoration Centre shows that after just five years, one of the largest environmental improvement schemes in Europe is hitting the mark.
New Forest organisations are appealing to gardeners to help combat an invasive non-native plant which is harming local wetlands.
A project to return rivers to their natural state is playing its part in reducing flood risk in the New Forest.
One of our most mystical native birds, the rare nightjar, appears to be thriving in the New Forest following historic declines in the rest of the UK.
Ancient secrets of the New Forest have been revealed thanks to high-tech images beamed back by lasers from aircraft.
England’s largest environmental improvement scheme has reached its halfway point, after five years of impressive achievements in the New Forest.
James Cross was welcomed by partner organisations on his first visit to the New Forest National Park.