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New carbon fund available in The National Forest

As the world focuses on the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, the National Forest Company announces a new carbon fund to encourage the creation of new woods in The National Forest.

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Reabrook Shows the Way for Local Horse Riders

Over the last five years, local business Reabrook Ltd has supported the National Forest Company (NFC) in developing the attractive woodland and parkland landscape at Boothorpe, near its headquarters in Moira.

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Dedicate a woodland grove

This is a new venture for us: offering the chance for supporters to dedicate a woodland grove in memory of a loved one.

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Why trees are important for communities

The University of Derby's Buxton campus will host a public lecture on why putting trees at the heart of England has helped communities prosper.
Speaker: Dr Sophie Churchill OBE
Thursday 28 May

Read more: Environmentalist promotes community grass roots in Buxton



Press Releases

Tuesday, 17th November 2015

Reabrook Shows the Way for Local Horse Riders

Over the last five years, local business Reabrook Ltd has supported the National Forest Company (NFC) in developing the attractive woodland and parkland landscape at Boothorpe, near its headquarters in Moira.

Wednesday, 14th October 2015

Visitor Numbers to The National Forest Grow to 7.8m

Official tourism figures commissioned by the National Forest Company reveal that more people are coming to visit The National Forest - and that they are spending significantly more while they are here.

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Blog: Woodland Edge

Snowdrops

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You know those email signatures we all create for a little extra promotion? We donít 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 itís getting a great reaction.

Wednesday, 4th February 2015

Calke Explore

Calke Explore!

Calke Explore! at the National Trustís Calke Abbey proved to be a big hit this summer. The play space was a new woodland experience designed to get visitors outdoors and closer to nature.

Wednesday, 29th October 2014


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