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Posts Tagged ‘Forest for Cornwall’

Cornwall’s Tree Planting Plans get Funding Boost

Posted on: 21st March 2021 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Cornwall’s Tree Planting plans get a funding boost, as the ambition to create a Forest for Cornwall get National recognition. Defra and Forest for Cornwall have today [19 March] joined forces to form an innovative new National Woodland Creation Partnership pilot to drive regional tree planting. This new partnership will be supported through an initial £120,000Read More »

57,000 trees to be planted across Cornwall

Posted on: 14th November 2020 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

57,000 trees to be planted across Cornwall, if you can help! In a boost to Cornwall’s ‘Forest for Cornwall’ ambition to establish over 8,000 hectares of new carbon-absorbing trees, woodlands and forests, the Woodland Trust is providing over 57,000 trees for native woodland creation projects in Cornwall this winter. Over 13,000 trees will be providedRead More »

Forest For Cornwall

Posted on: 19th December 2019 | by Sue James | Posted in News

The first trees in the Forest for Cornwall project have been planted near Saltash. This was a project I was proud to announce and promote when I was in the Cabinet. The Woodland Trust has praised Cornwall Council for taking a lead with its ambitious climate emergency project the Forest for Cornwall which was officiallyRead More »