A two-minute timelapse film showing the first six months work creating a new forest at the Sylva Wood Centre. Watch out for archaeology, farming, surveying, tree planting, public volunteers, and emerging wildflowers.
Last weekend we welcomed more than 50 families and hundreds of people to the Future Forest to plant trees in their sponsored plots. Just 37 plots remain – please act now if you want to dedicate a plot to someone special or treat yourself.
Grown in Britain (GIB) have generously supported the Sylva Future Forest by sponsoring a cluster of plots now known as the Grown in Britain grove.
This week we’ve welcomed more business Forest Friends to plant their trees and learn more about the work of Sylva Foundation.
This weekend we welcomed more than 30 of our new Forest Friends to help plant their sponsored plots. Over 900 trees were planted with some 40 different tree species.
We have welcomed in the New Year in the best way possible: inviting hundreds of young people to plant trees in the Future Forest.
Woodland Trust Chief Executive Beccy Speight visited Sylva Foundation to discuss the various collaborative projects running with Sylva Foundation, and afterwards planted the first tree in the Sylva Future Forest.
Sylva Foundation CEO Gabriel Hemery visits the planting site with lifestyle woodworker Paul Sellers to talk about the vision for the Future Forest and how people can get involved.
Why not give a completely unique gift this Christmas – a woodland plot in the name of someone special.
We were lucky to have the support of children from one of the primary schools taking part in planting the Future Forest. Seven children from Willowcroft Community School came to see the bare arable field, where they will return after Christmas and help plant 7,500 trees.