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Tree crate carpenters get to work at Reabrook event in The National Forest

National Forest sponsor Reabrook Limited gathered saws, hammers and spades for a day out in the woods with employees and their families recently. Staff were invited to help put the finishing touches to the company's sponsored woodland at Boothorpe, a few hundred yards from the company's buildings at Moira, near Ashby de la Zouch.

New Woods

New Woodland Takes Root in Wychnor

Montgomery Wood offers visitors fantastic views across the River Trent to Wychnor, with stunning views of St Leonard's parish church. This 2.3ha (5.7 acre) wood has been created by local businessman Chris Montgomery who runs a landscaping business based in Burton. Chris bought the land a few years ago and decided to create the woodland under the National Forest Changing Landscapes Scheme to provide wildlife habitat, access and wood for fuel.

Snowdrops

Snowdrop signature

You know those email signatures we all create for a little extra promotion? We don't usually expect to receive compliments on our sign-offs, but for February we chose a stunning image of winter snowdrops at Dimminsdale Nature Reserve, and it's getting a great reaction.

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Grown in Britain News

The second Grown in Britain Week was a great success, with events that sparked the imagination of government, industry and society about the use of British timber.

Read more about British timber being used in new housing, planting trees for tables and Grown in Britain research and development: Grown in Britain News



Press Releases

Wednesday, 4th February 2015

National Forest Company Launches Grey Squirrel Strategy

The National Forest Company (NFC) has launched a new strategy to address the threat posed by the increasing grey squirrel population in The National Forest by encouraging more collaboration between landowners.

Tuesday, 3rd February 2015

The National Forest is Partner in National Research

The National Forest Company is a partner in a national research project to investigate the factors that make woodlands function well as part of a resilient, wildlife-friendly landscape.

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Blog: Woodland Edge

Woodland landscape

My Journey into The National Forest

Just under two years ago my knowledge of The National Forest was a bit like my knowledge of today's technology ... I was aware of it but, whisper it, I wasn't that interested! Then, two things happened in a short space of time - we moved house and I was made redundant.

Tuesday, 26th February 2013


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