Small Woods News

Member events in early 2021

14 Jan 2021

Connect with other Small Woods members online in early 2021 and join us for some of the most wide-ranging events we have organised, to keep you in the know.


Royal Forestry Society Grey Squirrel Woodland Survey 2021

14 Jan 2021

The Royal Forestry Society (RFS) have launched a survey on grey squirrel impacts on woodland. Small Woods members are welcome to participate.


Lost Woods Survey

7 Jan 2021

Do you live, own or manage woodland in Sussex in the Lost Woods Project area? You have an opportunity to take part in our new survey designed to assess how we might help support you with woodland management.


Online AGM and Skills Share success

12 Nov 2020

Small Woods Online AGM and Skills Share 2020.


Lost Woods project launch

16 Sep 2020

Small Woods is one of four main partner organisations to launch Lost Woods of the Low Weald and Downs, an exciting project that aims to bring back to life forgotten areas of woodland in Sussex.


New faces to advise forestry agencies in the future

1 May 2019

Six new non-executive advisers have been appointed to strengthen the work of the new agencies, Scottish Forestry and Forestry and Land Scotland, which were established on 1st April this year.


Forestry Skills Plan for England and Wales

11 Feb 2019

Smallwoods, along with nearly thirty forestry employers, associations and educational providers are proud to have pledged to work together to attract the very best of young and new talent into the sector.


SWA Response to the Domestic Burning Consultation

18 Jan 2019

Thank you for the opportunity to respond to this important consultation, which is of great significance to Small Woods members, most if not all of whom source and use wood fuel for their own use and many also supply it to others.


Movement restrictions introduced to protect against tree pest in Kent

17 Jan 2019

New measures have just been introduced yesterday (16 January) to protect the country against the tree pest known as the larger eight-toothed spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus), which was discovered in Kent in December 2018.


Members Event

12 Oct 2018

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Become a Member

Small Woods are the UK organisation for woodland owners, workers, supporters, and social foresters. We stand for living, sustainable woodlands alive with wildlife, people and work. Managed and used well, small woodlands are vital to thriving local economies, wildlife, and the health and wellbeing of local communities, as well as hugely valuable in the fight against climate change.

Become a Small Woods Member

Small Woods offer members a wide range of training, events and support designed to help you to make decisions about woodland management, whether you are managing it for wood fuel, timber, wildlife or recreation, or indeed a mixture.  We aim to help, whatever your motivation or stage of development.


AGM  and Skills Share 2021

Following the success of last year, we are once more holding our AGM and Skills Share online. Providing easy access to an exciting range of talks, workshops and demonstrations. Including, new for this year - we are inviting members to host Sunday morning woodland walks across the country for you to book into and attend! 

To find out more or book a place please follow this link.