Good Woods has been nominated in the Best Business/NGO Partnership category at The 5th Annual Responsible Business Awards. This award goes to the best sustainability/corporate responsibility partnership between a company and other entities (i.e. NGOs, governmental body, charity or other non-profit organizations). The winner will have shown clear commitment to a long-term, mutually beneficial…
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To mark the end of the first year of the Good Woods Project the partners have released a film highlighting the achievements of the project in its inaugural year. Together we supported 235 woodland owners & managers, caring for 10,900 ha . . .
A Good Woods visit to a Planted Ancient Woodland Site helps the owner on the long haul towards to improving the condition of her woodland. Jane will be completing a management plan and . . .
The first of two practical workshops has taken place on woodland management planning and community engagement for people involved in community-owned and -managed woodlands. Free places are available for the second event on 23rd November at Marston Vale . . .
As the end of Grown in Britain week nears, the team behind the Good Woods project announces that over 100 woodlands, covering an area of under-managed woodland the size of 13,000 football pitches, has been supported. Good Woods is a pioneering joint initiative between DIY retailer B&Q, sustainability charity BioRegional and forestry charity The Sylva…
Sonia Hutton-Taylor recently bought a small woodland, fulfilling a long-held dream to own a woodland. Sonia received a Good Woods visit from Paul Orsi under the Good Woods initiative and . . .
A Good Woods advisory visit to Kingston University has helped advise on the management of the next generation of veteran trees in woodland that surrounds the Kingston Hill campus.
One of the B&Q Good Woods project advisors, Matt Waller, explains how heavy horses can help in managing sensitive woodland sites.
A Good Woods visit to Nonsuch Park, in the London Borough of Sutton, provides support to a community volunteer group, the Nonsuch Voles, and will help in mapping the woodland, creating a woodland management plan, and linking them to other community groups.