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Working Together at Forestry Commission Wales

Working Together

Woodlands have huge potential to benefit people and their communities in many ways – they can be used for training and enterprise ventures, health and well-being initiatives, arts and community regeneration programmes – the tree tops are the limit! Both the Welsh Government and Forestry Commission Wales are committed to making sure communities and enterprises get the greatest possible benefit from the Woodland Estate owned by everyone living and working here in Wales. On these pages, you’ll find out how to get involved and more about what’s already going on.

Get involved, Working Together at Forestry Commission Wales   Projects and Community Woodland groups - Forestry Commission Wales   Regeneration Areas - Forestry Commission Wales
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Working Together at Forestry Commission Wales - reports and research Projects and Community Woodland Groups - Forestry Commission Wales Case Studies - Forestry Commission Wales
Research & reports   Urban trees   Case studies


Community Woodland Groups in Wales


The benefits of urban woodlands and trees are clear, and the need to protect them and increase their numbers compelling.

Working Together at FCWales

What's of interest

Llais y Goedwig>
Community Woodland Group Network


(Welsh Government)

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