Ancient Woodland Protection Sponsorship
Ancient Woodland Protection Sponsorship
Ancient Woodland Protection Sponsorship

Ancient Woodland Protection Sponsorship

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Sponsor Ancient Woodland Protection today. Your Ancient Woodland Protection Sponsorship will contribute to the conservation and restoration of our UK ancient woodlands. Subscribing to conserve and restore our ancient woodlands will see positive benefits for carbon sequestration and help address the current nature crisis.

By choosing the UK Ancient Woodland Protection Subscription:

✔️ You'll be conserving and restoring some of our rarest habitat and its wildlife
✔️ It'll benefit future generations who may not otherwise experience these special places
✔️ You'll be helping to conserve these important ecosystems

Why protect ancient woodland?

Ancient Woodlands play a significant role when it comes to carbon sequestration, and wildlife conservation. Undisturbed ancient woodland soils are excellent carbon stores.Ancient woodlands and the wildlife contained within them have co-evolved for thousands of years, creating diverse, distinctive and valuable ecosystems that cannot be re-created. Each individual ancient veteran tree is an ecosystem in its own right supporting rich communities of flora, fauna, lichens and fungi.

Project details:

All projects are carried out using best practice methods and are managed by our professional ecological and forestry teams. The Future Forest Company currently manages a number of sites with ancient woodland, including Glenaros and Dumyat.

At Glenaros, we have significant areas of the very special Atlantic Hazelwood. We are actively controlling invasive species, such as rhododendron, which are nearby, in order to stop them invading our woodlands. To help do all this work, we have our own in-house Ecologist and Forestry specialists who manage these areas. All our work involves regular monitoring, this includes monitoring key species like rare lichens and fungi.

What you'll receive:
You'll get our newsletter where our experts will update you on our ancient woodland management and restoration projects.