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We are a National Lottery Heritage Funded Landscape Partnership programme, formed from an association of partner organisations and local community groups within the Forest of Dean. Our aim is to raise awareness and participation in the built, natural and cultural heritage that makes our Forest special.

Take a look at the latest news from across the Foresters' Forest partnership programme. If you have a media enquiry or would like to feature our projects, please get in touch.  

News Stories

The future for Foresters’ Forest projects Unearthing WW2 camp remains Cinderford’s Hidden Heritage App is launched Please complete our final survey Our 'Celebration Day' Highlights Hawfinch monitoring in the Forest
New Geoheritage App launched today! New Forest of Dean Map & Guide launched New children’s book: ‘The Story of the Forest’ The Rewild Project busy teaching new skills Our latest Built Heritage conservation works Love Your Forest 'litter heroes' have been busy
Finding reptiles – survey update Blue & Green Plaques now on display News from Pillowell Recreation Ground Spring brings volunteer restart Creating new habitat for rare birds Recognising the contribution of our volunteers
Tune in to hear ‘Voices from the Forest’ New podcast series: ‘Stories Behind the Stories’ Spending time with ancient trees Our film: Connecting people to nature ‘Voices from the Forest’ launches website Podcasts share Forest Folk tales
Love Your Forest branches out with recycling Listen to ‘Tongue & Talk’ on Radio 4 Hats Off to Melanie’s 'Golden Glove' Award Blue & Green Plaques - the voting results! Herdwick sheep make the Forest their home A Forest pond excursion
Bream Heritage Walk is ready to explore! Vote for your historic Forest heroes! The Forest’s Built Heritage transformed Butterfly sightings Colouring page - Our Forest Story Be part of ‘100 Forest Faces’!
Sharing our mid-way programme success Journey online through the Story of the Forest Tree-time boosts our health Coronavirus COVID-19 Update Biodiversity report ‘Our Stronghold for Nature’ Frog and toad spawn survey – your help needed!
Natural England awards our volunteers for conservation work Teachers learn how to use the Forest as a giant teaching resource A big Christmas Thank You to our Volunteers Our BBC Countryfile filming experience! Our social forestry project turns a New Leaf New Tramper service launched at The Speech House Hotel
Foresters’ Forest Online Survey 'Inspiration Guide' launched to tackle littering New grazing opportunities announced in Forest of Dean Schools Day promotes the Forest as an educational resource Thanking our volunteers Highland cattle make their home at Woorgreens Nature Reserve
Saving skills from our rural heritage New pass for eel and lamprey at Blakeney Traditional craft skills building bright futures Children learning through local landscape Have your say in Forestry Commission consultation Musical Landscape project set for first festive concert
Love Your Forest report launched in House of Commons Helping hands for Forest of Dean butterflies Mural celebrates Forest of Dean writers Medieval finds at Ruardean Castle excavation Volunteer Survey 2018 Grazing animals move in at Woorgreens
Grazing opportunity to help Forest of Dean butterfly Explore the Forest of Dean with Hidden Heritage apps
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