Case studies from Wales show how woodlands can provide us with much more than timber

Thursday, 30 April 2015 Posted in StarTree, News, West Wales and the Valleys Region

strawberry 540The StarTree case studies for Llais y Goedwig focus on small enterprises that use woodlands and specifically Non Wood Forest Products (NWFPs) to generate an income in an innovative way. They show how, with ingenuity and dedication woodlands can provide us with much more than timber.

Coppicewood College, is a charity and Llais y Goedwig member that provides training courses in woodland management skills at Cwm Plysgog, a woodland in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Wild Pickings is a small mid-wales business that sells foraged products from woodlands and the coastal areas in Ceredigion. The key themes of the case study are collaboration and sustainability.

Download the reports on Coppicewood Collage and Wild Pickings.

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