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Funds to plant trees

Category: News
14 May 2013

The Woodland Trust, Organic Research Centre and Soil Association have joined with PUR Project, a global company working with Accor Hotels to plant 200,000 trees on UK farms.

Through this exciting partnership, farmers are being offered:


Edward and Henry Heath, tree planting on their farm in Essex. Credit WTPL.
  • a free whole-farm tree assessment
  • expertly-designed planting scheme(s) tailored for you
  • advice on tree planting, maintenance and management
  • free trees and guards
  • (some schemes may require a contribution)

This includes support to plant shelter belts, riparian strips, pasture trees, woodland or to develop agroforestry schemes. Interest from organic and non-organic farms is welcomed. For more information, see the Woodland Trust leaflet.

Keywords: trees on farms agroforestry woodland trust grants

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