Since the initiation of WrEN in 2013, we have expanded the breadth and scope of our original plans to: 1) incorporate other restored habitats (e.g. RestREco); 2) other approaches to woodland creation including socio-ecological considerations (e.g. TreE PlaNAT); 3) consideration of potential temporal and spatial spill-overs influencing woodland biodiversity. We also host a number of PhD projects working on a range of questions relating to woodland restoration. Click on the dropdown box for Related Projects above, or on the project titles below to find out more information.
- TreE PlaNat: Stakeholder perceptions and socio-ecological consequences of treescape expansion through planting & natural colonisation
- RestREco: Restoring Resilient Ecosystems
- Evaluating the costs and benefits of landscape-scale conservation approaches in farmed landscapes
- How does woodland restoration influence the biodiversity and ecosystem functioning of agricultural soils?
- Does woodland use by foraging bats depend on landscape context? Implications for woodland creation schemes