The National Forest Company Secures Charitable Status
Announcing that the NFC has been awarded charitable status, Chief Executive John Everitt said: This is a major milestone for the National Forest Company and sets us up for the next 25 years of The National Forest project.
Forest Creation Continues
More than 8.5 million trees may have been planted in The National Forest over the last 25 years, but there are still lots of opportunities to get involved with tree planting and woodland creation.
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Ramblings Of A (Would Be) Volunteer Ranger - Part 5!
"August, and the last of the so-called summer months. Time since the last walk has passed frighteningly quickly and the school summer holidays are almost over."
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Grown in Britain on Exmoor
We support Grown in Britain in its work to increase the supply of British timber destined for use by local people and businesses. Whether it's to heat our homes, in the construction of new buildings, or for retailers to create wood products that shape our everyday lives.
Friday, 8th July 2016
The National Forest turns 25 in 2016 and the National Forest Company (NFC) is inviting everyone who lives or works in Ė or visits Ė The National Forest, to help create a snapshot of the Forest. Everyone is invited to send in images, video, music or words and share what the Forest means to them.
Monday, 4th July 2016
As The National Forest celebrates its 25th anniversary, James Latham Limited has announced an increase in its ongoing support for the National Forest Company (NFC), the organisation that works to create and look after The National Forest.
Blog: Woodland Edge
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
John Everitt, newly in post as Chief Executive of the National Forest Company, shares his first thoughts on arriving at the Forest.
Friday, 9th January 2015