Woodland Restoration

Native broadleaved woodlands are an important habitat and are used by birds, mammals and invertebrates as ‘stepping stones’ for dispersal. They also act to slow the flow of floodwaters coming off the fells and are important landscape features in their own right.

15 hectares of new native woodland will be created in appropriate locations within the Stories in Stone area.

Have you got a suitable site?

If you have a suitable site for a new native woodland we can refund up to 100% of the costs, including fencing and gates, as well as the trees themselves and a contractor to do the work.

Get in touch

If you have a site in mind please contact Chris Lodge, Stories in Stone Project Officer.