Last weekend the Good Woods team headed to Cumbria to deliver training and advice to local woodlands owners from the Grange and Meathop Woodlanders Group.
In an exciting new development, Good Woods has been introduced to north-west England through a partnership with Cumbria Woodlands.
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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Over three hundred woodland owners have completed a self-assessment of their woodland using the Woodland Star Rating.
Eight Good Woods visits have taken place in the New Forest in the first year of the project. Project partners met with members of the local woodland community carrying out coppicing and thinning operations at Honeylake Wood, New Milton.
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 . . .
Good Woods visits to a cluster of small ancient woodlands in West Berkshire have helped four woodland owners address the issues associated with bringing small ecologically-rich woodlands back into management.
Forestry Commission England have released an update, one year on, from its policy statement released in 2013. The Good Woods initiative was highlighted as one of the achievements by the sector.
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 . . .