Carbon Opportunities

Please browse through our range of woodland carbon projects. These vary broadly in size, species mix, location, biodiversity contribution and accessibility. We hope you will find a project which matches your needs. However, just get in touch if you would like to discuss your specific requirements.

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5,000

5,000 tonnes of CO₂e (CS14)

Argyll

The woodland comprises a balanced mix of Scots pine (19% of the total area), birch (20%), rowan (32%), hazel (5%), alder (32%), and willow (9%). The alder and willow are well suited to the damper areas of ground, especially at the site’s northern end. The Scots pine, being native to the area, is amply equipped […]

  • 44-hectare mixed native woodland located in Argyll and Bute
  • Project is a flagship example of ecologically-motivated farm diversification.
  • Native tree species provides the basis for a recovery of the natural ecosystems.
  • Project duration - 100 years
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12,011

7,538 & 4,473 tonnes of CO₂e (CS13)

Scottish Borders

This woodland creation represents the further diversification of an organic livestock farm in the remote Scottish borders countryside.

  • 24.65 ha Net Planting Area
  • Two compact areas of highly productive UKFS commercial conifer plantations.
  • The two newly-created woodlands will sequester 7,538 and 4,473 tonnes of CO2e over 55 years
  • Conversion of low production grazing land to highly productive UKFS commercial forest
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5,965

5,965 tonnes of CO₂e (CS12)

Argyll

The project will plant a mix of native Rowan, Downy birch, Common alder and Hawthorn at an elevation above sea level of between 300-500m.

  • 32.97 ha (net planting area)
  • Rare habitat expansion through low density montane native planting
  • Woodland will sequester almost 6,000 tonnes of CO2e over 50 years
  • The scheme will redevelop vegetation that can support a range of wildlife, including a variety of prey resource that can sustain local raptor species.
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350,000+

350,000+ tonnes of CO₂e (CS01)

Argyll

The scheme represents the restoration of an iconic highland landscape, involving a large area of ecological regeneration.

  • 1,500 hectares of mixed woodland creation
  • All the natural ingredients to rejuvenate one of the world’s most endangered mammals.
  • More than 350,000 tonnes CO2e sequestered over 100 years
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2,164

2,164 tonnes of CO₂e (CS02)

North East Scotland

A family run farm with excellent access promoting wildlife habitat connectivity in close proximity to Inverness.

  • 15 hectares
  • 2,164 tonnes CO2e over 35 years
  • Conservation - inland and seabird shelter
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16,608

16,608 tonnes CO₂e (CS03)

Mid Wales

An incredibly diverse site in terms of land management and biodiversity.

  • 47.68 hectares
  • Key highlights include opportunities for eco-tourism
  • 16,608 tonnes CO2e sequestered over 100 years
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2,192

2,192 tonnes of CO₂e (CS04)

Wales

The woodland enhances the surrounding landscape with native species developing the already superb biodiversity credentials of the area.

  • 14.57 hectares
  • 2,192 tonnes of CO2e sequestered over 50 years
  • Excellent biodiversity credentials with good access to the timber
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2,578

2,578 tonnes of CO₂e (CS05)

Mid Wales

This scheme has already begun to contribute to the welfare of local communities.

  • 10.85 hectares
  • 2,578 tonnes of CO2e sequestered over 50 years
  • The commercial elements of the project providing excellent habitats for a myriad of species.
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2,096

2,096 tonnes of CO₂e (CS06)

Wales

The sympathetic planting scheme enhances the biodiversity of the area, particularly to local bird populations.

  • 9.9 hectares
  • 2,096 tonnes of CO2e sequestered over 100 years
  • This scheme was planted in 2018 and has begun is carbon sequestration journey.
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5,483

5,483 tonnes of CO₂e (CS07)

Mid Wales

A mixture of woodland and farmland, with an abundance of wildlife within the locality.

  • 48 hectares
  • This scheme has already been planted and registered.
  • 5,483 tonnes of CO2e over 65 years
  • This project has been designed to further enhance this biodiversity, with a particular focus on conservation.
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1,698

1,698 tonnes of CO₂e (CS08)

Mid Wales

The topography varies considerably, from flat to very steep, and fits in fantastically with the local landscape design.

  • 12.92 hectares
  • The sheme has been planted but not registered.
  • 1,698 tonnes of CO2e over 65 years
  • The scheme is located within Mid Wales in a secluded valley which is surrounded by commercial and native woodlands
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1,224

1,224 tonnes of CO₂e (CS09)

North East Scotland

The setting provides great opportunities to promote engagement with local schools to encourage outdoor education.

  • 12.72 hectares
  • 1,224 tonnes of CO2e sequestered over 35 years
  • A productive farm where the farming family has already planted some successful woodland to help encourage habitat diversity.
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4,110

4,110 tonnes of CO₂e (CS10)

South Ayrshire

The site is classified as sensitive for forestry and this has been taken to account during the planning process and in the final forest design.

  • 34.4 ha
  • The project will plant over 80,000 trees across 34 hectares.
  • 4,110 tonnes of CO2 over 45 years
  • A mixture of Sitka spruce, mixed native broadleaves and a variety of other conifer species, including Scots pine.
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3,657

3,657 tonnes of CO₂e (CS11)

Northumberland

The UK’s oldest charity is planting 6 hectares of native broadleaf woodland as it restores and enhances the habitat, ecology and wildlife on its farm in upland Northumberland.

  • 6.16 hectares of mixed native broadleaf
  • The choice of species closely reflects those native to the local area
  • 3657 tonnes CO2e over 100 years
  • The project includes river-side planting which will enhance fish stocks in the river Rede
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