If you own or manage “PAWS” woodland (see below to find out1), the England Woodland Biodiversity Group* would like to hear from you. They want to find out if you are considering restoring your woods to a native tree cover (or have already done so), as this is a great way to help woodland wildlife. They want to ask you about your approach to woodland restoration and what additional support you would find helpful. Please use the link below to the short web-survey asking for your views. Your answers to these questions will enable the group to identify what future support (policy and practical) is needed, and the scale of the opportunity and challenges. Your responses are very much appreciated.
Please find the survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5L6JL5R. This link is for responses only.
If you just want to preview the questions please use this link.
The deadline for completed responses is 8th July 2013.
1If you are not sure whether your woodland is a “PAWS” you can check here. You can search for the Ancient Woodland dataset using the ‘Search for a Feature’ tool or search for a place, postcode etc. using the ‘Map Search’ tool.
* The EWBG comprises representatives from Government, NGO and private sector woodland interests, and aims to identify, explore and escalate issues of national concern to woodland & forest biodiversity.