Woodlands of Ireland is a not-for-profit company with charitiable status. The initial shoots of this project were established in 1998 to focus attention on Ireland’s native woodland resource through the development of a millennium woodland project. Woodlands of Ireland was formed to represent a broad cross section of native woodland stakeholders through native woodland projects and initiatives. The need to improve public awareness at all levels of society and to give expression to our cultural diversity though the medium of our native woodlands was central to these activities.
The restoration and rejuvenation of Ireland’s existing semi-natural woodland estate in partnership with other native woodland stakeholders is a priority. This also includes the establishment of new woodlands composed of native species. A key component is to provde technical support through training, technical publications, policy initiatives and relevant research. The key target areas regarding native woodlands agreed after a review of objectives conducted subsequent to consultation with stakeholders in 2011 and adopted early in 2012 are:
Woodlands of Ireland is a not-for-profit company with charitibale status. The initial shoots of this project were established in 1998 to focus attention on Ireland’s native woodland resource through the developent of a millennium woodland project.