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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



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Tuesday, 15th December 2015

Dedicate a woodland grove in The National Forest

The National Forest Company (NFC) has a new scheme to offer supporters of the Forest: the opportunity to dedicate a woodland grove in memory of a loved one, or as a living legacy for themselves and their family.

Friday, 4th December 2015

New incentive for tree planting in The National Forest

The National Forest Company (NFC) is setting up a pilot Carbon Scheme, to run alongside its existing grant schemes, to encourage more landowners to create woodlands within the 200 square miles of The National Forest.

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Blog: Woodland Edge

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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.

Wednesday, 2nd December 2015

Minorca Opencast Mine

A visit to Minorca Opencast Mine, Measham, Leicestershire, The National Forest, 20th November 2013

From Measham to Leicester on the back road, you pass the mine's bund, a newly turfed embankment on a grand scale, like a whale which has swum up the Thames and got stranded. Week by week mounds of soil appear and change shape: we have, temporarily, a rusty brown Arizonian backdrop to the lovely Swepstone church.

Wednesday, 27th November 2013


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