We have added more Photos in our gallery. We are constantly taking photos of our wok but rarely get time to add them onto the web site.
As part of an overall project in managing a small (and in parts very wet) woodland, we were asked to install a small walk way (bridge) and some sort of drainage control in the form of a sluice gate. This
Tree Planting “Can Reduce Flooding” At last there is good news for flood areas. The Environmental Agency have recently stated that :- “Planting trees around rivers could reduce the height of flooding in towns by up to 20%, new
Hedgelaying at Dothill with the Shropshire Wildlife Trust. We were very happy to be involved in the training of Volunteers in conjunction with the Shropshire Wildlife Trust at their Dothill Reserve. The weather was great and lots of skills were
Operation Tree Trunk! A very sad day when we had to remove a 300 year old failed Oak Tree. Over the next few years we will hopefully mill some nice pieces.
The Other Things We Do! When asked to sort out the large multi-stemmed stump for a client we came up with a slightly different approach to he problem! February 2016
Latest from Forestry Commission: Website http://www.forestry.gov.uk/pramorum Update on our 2014 programme of aerial surveys The pattern of observation over the survey season has consistently comprised limited, low-level symptoms which have generally been close to previously confirmed infection or in association with
Report extract from the Observer Ash dieback The Observer With 90% of the UK’s ash trees about to be wiped out, could GM be the answer? Scientists have proposed a radical solution to help trees develop resistance to ash dieback.
Hedgelaying projects are forging ahead this winter season. Challenging as always but very rewarding.
We are pleased to state that the Planting of Trees to Trees felled ratio is a much improved 27:1 for 2014/15. We look forward to further improved 2015/16 season!