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Forestry Commission

Stand information: FM560

Trees can have far-reaching benefits for you, your land, the environment and for future generations. 


Creating woodland can offer other sources of income for farmers and landowners to boost your business as well as deliver environmental benefits, alongside food production.


The Forestry Commission is responsible for protecting, expanding, connecting and promoting sustainable woodland management in England. We do this by working with farmers and landowners, offering guidance and funding to create new woodland, advice on how to plan and manage your woodland, tree health and through the management of felling licences.


Come and talk to us about the variety of funding options available to support the creation and management of new and existing woodlands, provided by Defra, the Forestry Commission, and other woodland creation partnerships across England.


62 Business Park, Coldharbour Lane,
BS16 1EJ
United Kingdom

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  • How the England Woodland Creation Offer works

    25 Sep 2023 Forestry Commission
    Find out more about the England Woodland Creation Offer - a flexible grant to support tree planting and woodland creation.
  • Woods and Water - how woodlands benefit water

    25 Sep 2023 Forestry Commission
    Discover how planting trees could you mitigate flooding and support nature.
  • Woods for Nature

    25 Sep 2023 Forestry Commission
    Discover how trees and woodland can support nature.
  • Woods Mean Business

    25 Sep 2023 Forestry Commission
    Discover how woodland creation could help you diversify your business.

Exhibitor News & Insights

  • Read our latest Woodland Management Matters blog to find out how to manage your woodland to ensure it delivers your objectives.
  • Discover how trees and woodland can support nature.
  • Discover how incorporating trees into your farm could help improve resilience.

Exhibitor Products

  • The Woodland Creation Planning Grant provides funding to cover the costs of producing a woodland creation plan.
  • The England Woodland Creation Offer supports the creation of new woodland in England.  Applicants could receive up to £10,200 per hectare, plus a further £8000 in Additional Contributions.
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