Environmental issues in forests
Various environmental issues affect how forests in Northern Ireland are managed. There is a range of areas to consider, including nature reserves, wildlife and the restoration of native woodland.
The forest environment includes archaeological features, nature reserves, wildlife and biodiversity. For more information on how all of these aspects of woodland environments are managed, follow the link below.
Forest Service - consultations
The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development's (DARD) Forest Service is running a number of consultations in relation to the Environmental Impact Assessments of proposed woodland developments.
For more information visit the Forest Service website.