The management of small farm woodlands is, at best, an economically marginal activity. The only way to manage these woods for the benefit of the landscape and wildlife is to add value to the poor quality material they produce, and to find a suitable market.

Adding value can be as simple as producing firewood or charcoal, or more capital intensive, such as on-site conversion of better trees to planks and beams using mobile saw mills.

However, wood has been used by man for millennia. Old products and techniques can be adapted to produce items still relevant in the 21st Century.

use mainly traditional techniques to produce a range of rustic fencing, arbours, furniture and other garden products. Because of the unique characteristics of each individual piece of wood, no two products will ever be identical, but pieces can be designed to customers' requirements.

Please contact us to see if what we offer might meet your needs.





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