Farmers and landowners across Wales are preparing to take the opportunity of planting trees and areas of woodland on their land and Coed Cadw (Woodland Trust) is keen to offer free support and advice.
Mae ffermwyr a thirfeddianwyr ledled Cymru’n paratoi i fanteisio ar y cyfle i blannu coed ac ardaloedd o goetir ar eu tir ac mae Coed Cadw (Woodland Trust) yn awyddus i gynnig cymorth a chyngor am ddim.
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Get inspired and take up the challenge of owning or managing your own community woodland. If you’re in the North of England, there are grants available to help, as well as lots of help and support via the Community Woodland network.
Woodland Trust Scotland is delighted to be joining an ambitious partnership bringing together landowners, the community and conservationists in the far North-west.
Lots of people like to try germinating tree seeds in a pot, but what do you do when you realise you have a tree growing in a pot that is going to need a large amount of space in future? So what can you do with your tree in a pot?
The Forestry Commission have released their official planting figures today showing only 700 hectares of woodland was planted in England last year.
We are alarmed by continued low level of new woodland planting in Wales confirmed in official figures today. Find out more.
Mae Coed Cadw Woodland Trust yn poeni’n arw am y lefel isel o blannu coetir newydd yng Nghymru, sy’n cael ei gadarnhau gan y ffigurau swyddogol a gyhoeddwyd heddiw. Mae hyn er gwaethaf y dystiolaeth gynyddol am bwysigrwydd coed a choedwigoedd ar gyfer bywyd gwyllt, yr economi ac fel ffordd hanfodol o greu mannau gwyrdd ar gyfer iechyd a lles cymunedau.