Profile: Fraser Rummens

Forestry Journal:

Assistant Editor

Fraser has been with Forestry Journal since June 2019. Acting as Assistant Editor, his responsibilities include writing and editing articles for the magazine, as well as curating the Forestry Journal website and managing its output on social media. He holds a first-class honours degree in journalism from the University of Stirling and before joining Forestry Journal, he worked in construction and plant machinery journalism. In his spare time, Fraser is involved in the fostering of farm kittens, and is always on the lookout for the latest addition to his ever-expanding record collection.

Latest articles from Fraser Rummens

Sustainable fire suppression: Protecting forests, safeguarding business
RESPONSE: The angel’s share
Doosan ‘transparent bucket’ wins industry awards
David Warburton, MP for Somerton and Frome, and chair of the APPG.
Timber initiative secures funding for  for COP26 demonstrator home
Neil Stoddart, Creel Consulting: “The haulage industry is sometimes its own worst enemy”
Remembrance Glade opened at National Memorial Arboretum
Danny, the champion of the woods (Pt 4)
Webinar to examine importance of woodland creation in carbon reduction
Review: CT Aries tree helmet