Coppicing has been practiced in British woodlands for centuries. As a result of the rotational cutting sequence, at any one time there would be coppice at various different stages of regeneration within the woodland. In this way, wood is produced for a variety of uses, in an elegantly sustainable way.

Natural Land Management harvests the wood for fencing. Trees that are cut this way can live many times longer than if the tree had not been cut down at all thus protecting the environment. Most importantly if the woodland is managed correctly the wildlife and plant life will continue to survive and people will still be able to enjoy the woodland for many more generations to come and sustainable timber for local use will still be available.

Eames Farm, Thorney Road, Thorney Island, Southbourne, West Sussex. PO10 8DE
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