Our Partners

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Voluntary woodland carbon capture can relate to all or part of an organisation’s carbon footprint - below are some examples of what some of our partners have done.

Carbon capture can be done in a variety of ways: for example on behalf of your customers, or just to take care of your own operational footprint.

Allstar EcoPoint at Ruddenleys

   Allstar EcoPoint has invested in woodland creation at Ruddenleys - the lastest in a series of projects put together by the Tweed Forum and Forest Carbon. The woodlands are designed to capture carbon dioxide, mitigate flooding, purify rivers and create habitat for biodiversity. This native woodland is planted in compartments along headwaters of the Eddleston catchment.Natural f... read more...
Ruddenleys

Antalis at Thorney Coppice

 This is a mixed coniferous and native broadleaf productive woodland, just outside Kettering, Northants, between the A4300 and the A6116. Oak has been chosen as it is a native species that already forms a high proportion of the trees in the surrounding woodland and is proven to grow very well on local soils. Trees will be variously thinned and replanted, with the Norway spruce acting as a n... read more...
Boughton Estate June 2014

ICAP at Mallerstang Common

This is a native broadleaved moorland project on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The project involves several pockets of planting, and has been made possible by agreement between the landowner and the grazing rights holders. The woodlands will be managed for wildlife conservation, and will contribute to improved water quality by preventing run-off pollution. The project will ... read more...
Mallerstang January 2016

Green Investment Bank at Parkhead Community Woodland phase 2

This is the second phase of the Parkhead Community Woodland, situated on the edge of West Calder, close to residences and businesses, and linking it with Polbeth.The principle objective of the scheme is to deliver the Central Scotland Green Network Strategy of increasing woodland cover within the region. Additional objectives are mitigation against climate change, and biodiversity and landscape im... read more...
Parkhead planting

BWOC at Shiplaw

This project is another in Forest Carbon's partnership with the Tweed Forum - aimed at not only reducing CO2 but also mitigating flooding and improving water quality in the Tweed catchment. Natural flood managementIn September 2008 and July 2009 prolonged and intense rainfall caused major flooding in the north-east Cheviots, on the Scottish/English border, with significant damage to infrastr... read more...
Educational visit to Shiplaw

Allstar EcoPoint at Madresfield

The new woodland at Madresfield was the first in Allstar's EcoPoint programme, and it lies on the eastern edge of Great Malvern. It is surrounded by cropland but 3 public footpaths, well-used by local people, meet at its centre point. It also links in with a network of hedges and scattered trees. Some wildflower species previously suppressed by arable farming will also re-establish themselv... read more...
Allstar Madresfield visit October 2015

Labour Party at Rottal

In addition to capturing atmospheric CO2 this project is a riparian planting designed to protect and enhance populations of freshwater pearl mussels and salmon under the UK wide ‘Pearls in Peril’ project. The river protected by this project is internationally important for its fish populations. The woodland will have public access and be managed on a low intervention basis once establi... read more...
Rottal - July 2015

Redhills at Portmore

   Redhills Ltd has invested in the woodland creation at Portmore, one of five new projects, totalling 62 hectares, to be implemented in the winters of 2012/13 and 2013/14 by the Tweed Forum and Forest Carbon. The woodlands are designed to capture carbon dioxide, mitigate flooding, purify rivers and create habitat for biodiversity, Planting would not have been possible without the i... read more...
Rehills at Portmore

Babcock and partners at Shallgreen

Members of the MoD Phoenix Transport Contract lead by Babcock, the contract managers, have collectively contributed to the creation of a new woodland at Shallgreen, Angus, in recognition of an element of the carbon footprint arising from the vehicles used under the contract. The woodland at Shallgreen has been planted for multiple purposes: carbon capture, habitat enhancement and sustainable extr... read more...
Babcock and Phoenix partners visit Shallgreen - July 2015

ICAP at Fisherground

    This is the first result of a partnership between Forest Carbon and the Lake District National Park Authority. The objective is to create a mixed native woodland that will expand an existing ancient semi-natural woodland in the valley. The combined sites include Birch, Oak, Scots pine, Larch, Holly, and Goat willow. The ground flora includes wavy hair grass, lemon-scented fern, ... read more...
ICAP at Fisherground

Sofa.Com at Mowhaugh

This project is another in Forest Carbon's partnership with the Tweed Forum - aimed at not only reducing CO2 but also mitigating flooding and improving water quality in the Tweed catchment. Natural flood managementIn September 2008 and July 2009 prolonged and intense rainfall caused major flooding in the north-east Cheviots, on the Scottish/English border, with significant damage to infra... read more...
Sofa.Com at Mowhaugh - November 2013

Nationwide at Hyde Woodland

This planting, created in partnership with Nationwide and The CarbonNeutral Company, is a native woodland adjacent to an existing ancient semi-natural woodland site – a vitally important part of the UK’s biodiversity habitat network – comprising three areas being planted around the existing woodland, with additional planting increasing the size of another existing woodland, Croft... read more...
Hyde Woodland