Nuneham Woodland is located on flat, arable fields to the South of Oxford with largely free-draining sandy soils, perched on ground gently sloping to the Bladon Brook floodplain.
Objectives of the planting include the creation of a multifunctional, productive woodland providing a sustainable, long-term timber income as an alternative to agriculture. The planting is focused on carbon sequestration and enhancement of local ecology with good biodiversity objectives, alongside enhancing the overall landscape.
AREA: 11 ha
TREES TO BE PLANTED: 23,000
CARBON SEQUESTERED: 1,800 tonnes over 25 years