Forestry Undergraduates Study Woodland
Soulton Wood supports learning for Students of Harper Adams University.
Twenty Students of Harper Adams in their final year of undergraduate learning at Haper Adams University visited to review the woodland here and develop their understanding of Sustainable Forestry and Forest Products.
We are delighted to support their learning. On compleation of this work they will Sustainable Forestry and Forest Products.
- Analyse conventional and innovative approaches to silviculture and forest management and the products/services they create or sustain.
- Evaluate the costs, benefits and regulatory implications associated with modern forest management.
- Appraise the major policy and operational issues that influence UK forest management.
- Critically evaluate the role of forests and forest management in contributing to sustainable development at local, national and global levels.