New Pounds 250,000 Scheme to Boost Role of Forestry across Wales and Europe

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), July 25, 2006 | Go to article overview

New Pounds 250,000 Scheme to Boost Role of Forestry across Wales and Europe


A pounds 250,000 programme aimed at finding new ways for forestry to boost the Welsh economy was announced yesterday at the Royal Welsh Show.

Robinwood, the Forestry Commission Wales' European project, aims to give rural Europe a new future.

Details of nine major research programmes by organisations across Wales, linking up with the project's partners in Italy, Germany, Slovakia and Spain, were announced at the Forestry Commission Pavilion.

Kim Burnhan, Robinwood manager said, 'The main work of the project - which involves building up teams of specialists across Europe to look in depth at all the options and draw up a range of alternatives - is just about to start.

'In 12 months time we hope to announce a whole range of new alternatives which will give timber and woodlands an even more important role in supporting the rural economy.'

Forestry specialists from Bangor University, Coed Cymru, Mid Wales Energy Agency and Forest Research will be working with their European counterparts in the Interreg IIIc Regional Framework Operation, funded in Wales by the European Union and Welsh Assembly Government.

They will be looking at how other nations are adding value to their timber and forests to enable them to play an even greater role in ensuring a viable, ongoing future for rural communities. …

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