Woodland Projects

by | Mar 2, 2023 |

We are blessed in High Wycombe to be surrounded by beautiful woodlands rich in biodiversity and full of native species including beech, oak, ash and cherry.

For many months of the year we can be found completing a whole variety of woodland tasks including coppicing, creating scallops, and cutting back vegetation to allow light in to promote the growth of smaller plants and the invertebrates they support.  In turn these are fed on by birds and bats thereby increasing biodiversity.  

The trees are chipped and the chips are used to improve the surface of the pathways throughout the woods.


Click on the following links to see some of our woodland projects:

Penn Wood Ancient Woodland Restoration

Booker Common – Woodland Access Project