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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 Learn more about this project east 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. Learn more about this project east 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 Learn more about this project east 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 Learn more about this project east 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 Learn more about this project east 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 Learn more about this project east 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. Learn more about this project east 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. Learn more about this project east 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. Learn more about this project east 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 Learn more about this project east 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. Learn more about this project east 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. Learn more about this project east 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 Learn more about this project east
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