Working Class Heroes

We've been working with Working Class Heroes on woodland restoration at Haverthwaite Heights in the South Lakes.

Through 1% For The Planet, we are able to work with businesses looking to invest time,

New guide to adapting woodlands in the face of climate change

A new guide setting out how landowners and managers can adapt their woodlands in the face of climate change has been published by the Forestry Commission, Scottish Forestry, Natural Resources Wales

North West Charity Deerstalkers’ Evening

North West Charity Deerstalkers’ Evening – Thursday 16th June, 6pm

After a Covid enforced break Malmo Guns with the BDS, Forestry Commission and BASC are holding another stalkers’ evening at Malmo

Stanley Ghyll

Stanley Ghyll in Eskdale is one of the most challenging woodland sites to work on. It's a gorge with steep rocky sides, difficult access, has footpaths running through it, has a SSSI designation and

Woods Into Management Course now Online!

Following the huge success of our Woods Into Management Course which we ran last year live on YouTube, we are pleased to announce that the course is now hosted on Canopy Learning and is open for

Meet The Newest Member Of The Team

Say hello to Bryce Flannaghan, our Graduate Forester and newest member of the Cumbria Woodlands Team

Tell us about your role and what you’ll be doing My role was created from a partnership between

Storm Arwen: Update

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

A New Era For Training In The Forestry Sector

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

The latest on Phytophthora pluvialis in Cumbria-

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,

Storm Arwen- What Next For The Trees And Woodlands Of Cumbria?

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

New Farming Equipment and Technology Fund

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,

EWCO Update

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,

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