Aims and scope
The primary purposes of the interactive map are to (1) house the network of genetic trials, seed orchards and archives of the main commercial broadleaved species, genetic conservation units from the EUFORGEN programme and ex-situ collections made during the National Tree Seed Project, run by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (coming soon), (2) provide a permanent site for the safe storage of data collected from the genetic trials, (3) encourage data sharing among institutions to multiply its value and fostering dissemination of results and (4) facilitate information exchange and the implementation of common validated protocols for the installation and measurement of forest genetic trials.
How to obtain data
Datasets that are available are listed for each trial. You can obtain data by writing to the researcher responsible for managing the trial in question or contacting Future Trees Trust (firstname.lastname@example.org)