We have published our Annual Review for 2015-16.
The review can be viewed online or downloaded here, while we are happy to send out a paper copy on request.
SOME HIGHLIGHTS OF 2015-16
- 1,260 ash trees tagged by citizen scientists
- Climate Change Accord – drafting led by Sylva, signed by 35 partner organisations
- British Woodlands Survey on resilience, reached 1509 respondents, capturing intelligence for: 257,891ha or 11% of all privately-owned woodland in UK
- 513 environmental educators supported via myForest for Education
- 3,983 woodland owners supported by Sylva myForest service
- 45,458ha of woodland mapped
- 537 management plans produced
- 7 new businesses hosted in newly opened
- 29 workshops & talks delivered to 1,091 people
Writing about the future, Chief Executive Gabriel Hemery said:
“The charity was founded on the belief and investment of a few visionary people who see trees differently. With the support of more far-sighted individuals, trusts and businesses we will continue our work turning this vision into positive, sustainable environmental change.”
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those that support us. We would not be able to fulfill our objectives without the enormous goodwill and enthusiasm of so many wonderful organisations and individuals. Thank you.
If you would like a paper copy (thanks to sponsorship by Freeths solicitors) of the Annual Review 2015-16, please get in touch.