Whether you are planning to plant new woodland, want to start managing existing woodland or want to make better use of what your woodland provides, we can help you access grants, advice and felling licences.
The Welsh Government funds various schemes to help private landowners pursue projects that meet government goals. Increasing the presence of trees in our landscapes and improving woodland management can help towards carbon emissions targets, provide more opportunities for biodiversity, manage water flow to alleviate flood risk and have a role in cleaning our air and water.
Please be aware that the sorts of schemes being offered and how they are funded is changing as policy formerly directed from Europe and paid using European funding is transformed into national policy following Brexit.
Current schemes in Wales we can help you access
Glastir Woodland Schemes
Glastir Woodland Restoration (assistance to restock larch felled in response to Phytophthora ramorum infection)
Farming Connect Mentoring
This is not an exhaustive list, so if these don’t support your aspirations keep hunting! Let me know and I’ll add other schemes to this page.
The Woodland Investment Grant (TWIG) - Application deadline 27th August 2021
Regional Woodland Restoration Fund
The Tree Council