NF001 DORN GLYME VALLEY WOODLAND

20,000T of CO2 over 25 years

The land is located in the Cotswolds, following a valley down to a river basin, which is largely covered by a singular strip of trees. The land currently has a small number of tree clusters located in the basin and travelling uphill along field boundaries.

MF001 ROBEY’S FARM

2598T of CO2 over 100 years

Designed to create new native broadleaf woodland that extends and connects existing woodland habitats. The scheme comprises of five separate compartments primarily aimed at creating greater habitat connectivity across the landscape, but also aimed at capturing carbon and eventually providing woodland products for local markets.

LH001 LOWER BOSULVAL

777T of CO2 over 25 years

Designed to restore 14 hectares of woodland habitat to the West Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bosulval Wood will connect ancient valley woodlands to the wild open moors.

PRS003 WORLDS WONDER

Up to 250T of CO2 over 25 years

The new woodland proposed at Worlds Wonder totals an area of 2.7 hectares. The new trees are a mix of native broadleaves, including wild cherry, field maple and oak. The site is near the village of North Elham in rural Kent, 10 miles south of Canterbury.

PRS004 WELLOW WOOD

Up to 713T of CO2 over 25 years

The new woodland at Wellow Wood Common totals an area of 5.28 hectares. The new trees are a mix of native broadleaves, including alder, field maple and oak. The site is near the village of Plaitford in rural Hampshire, some 15 miles between Southampton and Salisbury.

PRS005 YEOMADON FARM

Up to 2437T of CO2 over 25 years

The aim of the project is to create a diverse and productive woodland which will provide a sustainable and renewable timber resource, high quality mixed habitat and a positive long-term legacy in the local landscape.

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