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Red Rock Forestry Links

Please find below some links that we feel might be useful to you.

Any Links to external sites are provided for your convenience, and whist Red Rock Forestry endeavour to keep links up to date, we can accept no liability for the availability, suitability or content of the website(s) to which you will be directed to.

Forestry Commission (www.forestry.gov.uk)

Information on many forestry topics, including grants and felling control.

National Small Woods Association (www.smallwoods.org.uk)

An organisation specifically catering for owners of small private woodlands. A wealth of information and a very good woodland insurance scheme.

Rural Arbor Products Ltd (www.r-a-p.co.uk)

A company providing competitively priced insurance for small woodlands.

Lycetts (Algarve) Insurance (www.lycetts.co.uk/insurance-services/)

An insurance company that can provide the full range of insurance services to forest and woodland owners.

Royal Forestry Society (www.rfs.org.uk)

A society whose primary objective is to 'further the appreciation, understanding and knowledge of trees, woods and forests'. They publish a magazine, 'The Quarterly Journal of Forestry', but this may be a little academic for a lot of people.

Natural Resources Wales (www.naturalresources.wales)

NRW is the Government statutory advisor on virtually all aspects of conservation and wildlife in Wales. They also act as the statutory authority for wildlife conservation. They are responsible for wildlife and habitat protection, and do administer some grants for conservation work.

Natural England (www.gov.uk/government/organisations/natural-england)

The public body responsible for protecting and improving the environment in England. This includes issues such as air and water pollution, flood protection, fisheries, waste etc.

Forestry Commission Scotland (scotland.forestry.gov.uk)

The public body responsible for protecting and improving Scotland’s forests through guidance, grants and regulations, and by shaping forestry policy.

Multimap (www.multimap.com)

An extremely useful web site for location maps and low resolution aerial photographs. Most of which is free.

Forestry Journal (www.forestryjournal.co.uk/forestry-journal)

An organisation that represents all those involved in the forestry industry. A good source of information and contacts. Produces a monthly magazine 'Forestry and British Timber'.

Wood Knowledge Wales (www.woodknowledgewales.co.uk)

Networking and lobbying for timber use in Wales. The Welsh Timber Forum was set up in September 1999 by a number of individuals working in wood-based industries in Wales.

Woods4Sale (www.woods4sale.co.uk)

Our agency partner who specialise in marketing small woodlands online in the UK.