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Forest Carbon

Forest Carbon

Available Projects

Our projects range from commercial planting projects where trees are being grown for timber, to native non-intervention woodland planting or natural regeneration. On each project page you will able to see the details of the management practices as well as the species mix.  

You can either support a project by purchasing the total amount of carbon sequestration from a site, or you can buy a portion of the project of your choosing if you are looking to purchase +500 tonnes CO2e.  

We always have new projects coming online with different characteristics. If there are certain project requirements that you are specifically looking for do reach out as we may have some coming down the line soon.

Forest Carbon at Rotten Bottom

Some or all of the carbon from this project is available for purchase. More information can be found here, please get in touch if you are interested! This project is part of a wider, multi-site project to tackle degraded peatlands across the Talla and Gameshope estate. This land is owned and managed... Read more

Forest Carbon at Wester Coshieville

Some or all of the carbon from this project is available for purchase. Get in touch if you would like to support native woodland creation in Scotland! Read more

Forest Carbon at Gameshope Loch

Some or all of the carbon from this project is available for purchase. More information can be found here, get in touch if you are interested! This project is part of a wider, multi-site project to tackle degraded peatlands across the Talla and Gameshope estate. This land is owned and managed by the... Read more

Forest Carbon at Doddington North

Some or all of the carbon from this project is available for purchase. Get in touch if you would like to support woodland creation in England! Read more

Forest Carbon at Ruddenleys

This project is situated on Ruddenleys farm, at the headwaters of the Eddleston catchment. It  is one of a suite of projects designed to reduce flood risk in Eddleston village and Peebles downstream by slowing the flow of water into the lower catchment after heavy rain events. The trees’ roots will... Read more

Forest Carbon at Camusluinie

Some or all of the carbon from this project is available for purchase. More information can be found here, get in touch if you are interested! The vision at Camusluinie is to restore and expand upland birch woodland habitat. Originally, the hills and exposed coasts of north and west Scotland... Read more

Forest Carbon at Corriechullie

Some or all of the carbon from this project is available for purchase. More information can be found here, get in touch if you are interested!The vision at Corriechuillie is to take low-grade agricultural land out of productive use, to create an area of native woodland for conservation and biodiversity.The... Read more

Forest Carbon at Tom's Wood

Some or all of the carbon from this project is available for purchase. More information can be found here, get in touch if you are interested!The vision for Tom’s Wood is to create a new native woodland that supports local biodiversity and improves woodland habitat connectivity in the surrounding... Read more

Forest Carbon at Hawkshaw

Some or all of the carbon from this project is available for purchase. More information can be found here, get in touch if you are interested! The vision at Hawkshaw is to restore rough grazing land into native woodland, with a sensitive design allowing for integration of trees with existing... Read more

Forest Carbon at Sarah's Wood

Sarah’s Wood is a new native woodland creation which has been sited next to existing woodland. It was formally land that was used for agricultural purposes, primarily silage cutting, so it will extend the existing woodland. This increased habitat will be beneficial to local biodiversity such as red squirrels... Read more

Forest Carbon at MKL

MKL Woodland is a small extension to an existing woodland creation called Maddie's Wood. It has been created on grassland which previously had tall tussock grass with no natural regeneration due to browsing pressure from deer and hares.The predominant species that has been planted is Alder with a small... Read more