Defra has today launched their new Put Down Roots Campaign, encouraging landowners and farmer to engage with woodland creation.
Since Storm Arwen, the Forestry Commission has been working with ConFor, Forest Research, Scottish Forestry and many others to understand the scale and impact of the storm.
There are now two tools
Cumbria Woodlands are very excited to announce the launch of our brand new online learning platform Canopy Learning. Building on the success of our previous online courses we are bringing it all
Phytophthora pluvialis was discovered in a woodland in Cornwall in September 2021, where it was found to be affecting mature western hemlock and Douglas-fir trees. Following extensive surveillance,
Join us this Thursday evening as Cumbria Woodlands hosts a FREE online panel discussion as a response to the impact of Storm Arwen on our region's trees. We will discuss actions to take for trees and
Great to see DEFRA’s new Farming Equipment and Technology fund supporting forestry. It offers support for a fixed shopping list of kit including timber cranes, grabs, small forwarders and winches,
Good news for those with Environmental Stewardship (ES) agreements who are looking to plant trees! It is now possible to plant trees without the recovery of ES payments. This is important news,
The Lake District Foundation has received a grant of £249,000 from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund. Cumbria Woodlands will be working on this project in partnership with the The Lake
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WEBINAR - Natural Flood Management In Practice
Recording of the highly successful webinar is now available:
Hear about the good, the bad, and the ugly of applying natural flood management. We’re
“Great to see the new suite of planting grants with significantly higher levels launched today that makes