The National Forest Company offers a range of unique funding schemes designed to encourage tree planting and the creation of wildlife habitats within the Forest's 200 square miles.
The National Forest Company has launched an innovative woodland management programme and new grant to encourage sustainable woodland management throughout the 200 square miles of The National Forest.
Information on who plants trees; manages woodlands; carries out woodland surveys; sells logs and timber products; has expertise in woodfuel, and a unique marketplace for timber products within The National Forest.
The National Forest Company in partnership with the Woodland Trust and with support of North West Leicestershire District Council is offering 50 free hedgerow tree resilience packs for planting new hedgerow trees in The National Forest, in response to ash dieback and other threats to our existing hedgerow trees in 2016.
To celebrate the creation of over 7000 hectares of new forest and bringing over 5000 hectares of woodland into active management, the National Forest Company has developed a Woodland Management Award for 2016 as part of our 25th year celebrations.