Forestry Commission Government Quangos (Public Bodies)

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Forest Enterprise England

Forest Enterprise England manage the public forest estate, owned by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in a sustainable way, for the benefit of people, the economy and the environment.

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Forest Research

The Research Agency of the Forestry Commission provides research services relevant to UK and international forestry interests and inform and support forestry's contribution to the UK government's policies. Core role is to provide the evidence base for UK forestry practices and to support innovation.

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Forestry Commission

The Forestry Commission is a Non-Ministerial Government Department responsible for the delivery of Government forestry policy and management of the public forest estate in England.

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Regional Advisory Committees / Forestry and Woodlands Advisory Committees (x9)

To advise the Forestry Commissioners on the performance of the Forestry Commissioners' functions under Section 1(3) and Part II of the Forestry Act 1967, and on such other functions as the Forestry Commissioners may from time to time determine.

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