Gwerthuso prosiectau

Rydym yn defnyddio cyfuniad o ffurflenni gwerthuso cyn rhaglenni ac ar ôl rhaglenni ac astudiaethau achos i fesur a dangos effaith ein rhaglenni ar iechyd corfforol (gan ddefnyddio'r holiadur gweithgaredd corfforol rhyngwladol neu IPAQ), llesiant meddwl (gan ddefnyddio Graddfa Llesiant Meddwl Hir Caeredin Warwig neu WEMWBS), newid yng ngwybodaeth a sgiliau a'r defnydd o'r coetir.

Mae ein hymchwil astudiaeth achos yn ein caniatáu i blymio'n ddyfnach i straeon personol ein cyfranogwyr ac archwilio'r effaith a all ein rhaglenni fod wedi'u cael yn yr hirdymor. Darllenwch brofiadau rhai o'n cyfranogwyr ar ein tudalen Astudiaethau Achos.

Gweler isod casgliad o adroddiadau gwerthuso sy'n ymwneud â'n gwaith.

Effeithiau tymor hirach Rhaglen Coed Actif Cymru


Cyflawniadau a llwyddiannau 2020


Adroddiad Gwerthuso Coed Actif Cymru 2020/2021


Adroddiad Gwerthuso Coed Actif Cymru 2019/2020



Spring is sprung! Walking in the woods this morning, the spring flowers are pushing through the undergrowth, the birdsong in the trees is reaching fever pitch and the mammals large and small are on the move; attracting the attention of the kestrels and buzzards overhead. This is such a magical time of year and never fails to inspire and fill the mind with thoughts and plans for the year ahead.

We are getting this year off to a great start with two events this month that should prove to be very interesting. On 16-17 March we are hosting two Forestry Commission sponsored “Woodland into Management” events at the Green Wood Centre. The event will showcase some of the many ways that small woodland managers and owners can use some of the smaller-scale equipment available to them to improve woodland management in a sensitive, sustainable and cost effective way.

We are very much looking forward to the event as it provides us with an opportunity to look at the lessons coming from the SIMWOOD project, where we are again collaborating with the Forestry Commission, along with another 27 woodland management organisations from across Europe. Our principle in both initiatives is that the “wood that is valued is the wood that stays” and we know that Small Woods members value the woods where they work for a wide range of reasons. The addition of new techniques and ideas that promote management will make the 25-30,000 hectares of British woods for which Small Woods members are responsible across the UK more likely to be managed well. To say there is clearly demand from members for these events is an understatement – the first day sold out in 3 hours and the second in an evening. We are looking forward to two vibrant days exchanging experience and ideas.