Meet the Farmers

Trees On Farms Mini Series (2) – Ep3. ‘Creating a Woodland Management Plan’

Ben has teamed up with the Forestry Commission once again to make this mini-series focussed on trees on farms. In this series we are asking three questions focussed on the ‘why’, ‘what’ and ‘how’ of farm woodland management. In the first episode we asked why we need to improve our management of farm woodlands in the UK in the first place? Then in episode 2 we had a question time format asking ‘what farmers need to know about managing trees?’, and in the third and final episode we are asking how farmers can manage their farm woodlands better, using the practical example of a woodland management plan. 

Ben is joined by his Forestry Commission co-host Jon Burgess who is a Woodland Resilience Officer based in the south west. 

In this episode Ben and Jon are joined by Karina Ponton who is a Regional Woodland Advisor for FWAG South West and farmer Dan Holmes. 

Forestry Commission: gov.uk/manage-woodland

FWAG: The Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (fwag.org.uk)

Wonky Horn: Wonky Horn Organic Meat Company

 

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Ben Eagle is the founder and Head of Podcasts at RuralPod Media, a specialist rural podcast production agency. He is also a freelance rural affairs and agricultural journalist. You can find out more at ruralpodmedia.co.uk or benjamineagle.co.uk 

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