Now open: A cross-disciplinary call for proposals of projects related to trees, forests and woodlands in the UK
You can now apply for the second round of funding under the Future of UK Treescapes Programme. The programme is led by the Natural Environment Research Council, and is supported by the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and the Scottish and the Welsh Governments.
The councils have allocated £2.5 million for investment in new projects that address gaps in our current project portfolio and focus on solutions for the questions that remain around the expansion and resilience of UK trees, forests and woodlands. All eligible organisations can apply for up to £62,000, spread over a maximum duration of two years.
We will be looking for projects that have collaboration with decision-makers, landowners & managers, community & civil society groups and/or other key stakeholders.
Find out more about the application process and apply here.
A Collaborator Finder tool is available to help researchers and stakeholders interested in developing a proposal for the second call to find and contact potential partners.