Does money grow on trees?

Should money grow on trees? Take part in a debate on the role of money-making in sustaining Britain’s woodlands with Making Local Woods Work. Should money be made from our Ancient woodlands? Is it possible to respect our trees and use them for economic gain? And who should be allowed to make money from managing native woodlands? Should woodlands be reliant on grant income? Or, Can we protect/improve woodland without financial incentive? Panellists include Charles Robinson, Head of Forestry at the National Forest Company, Darren Moorcroft, Director of Estate and Woodland Outreach at Woodland Trust and Gabriel Hemery, Chief Executive and co-founder of Sylva Foundation.
Making Local Woods Work is an exciting pilot
project working to help support and grow
woodland social enterprises across the UK.

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