Our Work

Our work includes educational courses, tree related projects, research and study bursaries to ensure that the next generation has the knowledge, skill and respect for trees, which is essential for our environment.

 WOODLAND TO WORKSHOP

WOODLAND TO WORKSHOP

An innovative course linking tree growers
with wood users, to broaden horizons and
raise awareness by educating participants
from the forest through to the workshop.

 FIELD WEEKENDS

FIELD WEEKENDS

Covering all aspects of the growing,
harvesting, marketing and utilisation of
timber on some of the best run estates in
the UK.

 GRANTS & BURSARIES

GRANTS & BURSARIES

Find out about the various grants and travel bursaries we have offered to individuals and institutions recently and the work they have done.

 EVENTS

EVENTS

Find out about the forthcoming events Woodland Heritage will be running or attending. 
 

 JOURNAL

JOURNAL

Our annual Journal is packed with news and informative content covering all aspects of the timber industry and is sent out as a hard copy to all our members.

 AWARDS

AWARDS

Our two annual awards recognise significant contributions to British forestry and the top student at the Woodland to Workshop courses

Future Events

Woodland Heritage’s involvement in events other than the Field Weekend dates back many years. Take a look at our Events Calendar below.

The Charity is aiming to grow its events calendar, whether as organiser, sponsor of an appropriate element of a third party’s event, or by having or sharing a stand with a like-minded group at a suitable public activity. Key to getting involved in any event will be whether Woodland Heritage furthers its aims and thereby makes a contribution to some element of the timber supply chain.

Become a Member Today!

If you appreciate materials and products sourced from well managed woodlands, and if you believe in supporting the next generation’s rise to meet the challenges they face, then we’re the charity to join!

Join Woodland Heritage today and support a British charity devoted to creating a UK more self-sufficient in timber grown in healthy, well-managed woodlands which benefit people and wildlife.

Woodland Heritage’s support has allowed CCFG to spread its message of silvicultural change more widely and more effectively than would otherwise have been the case.”

Bill Mason
Chair of the Continuous Cover Forestry Group

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