White Wood Management has a strong commitment to the training and support of woodland apprentices and developing crafts-persons. We believe it is so important to ensure heritage, craft and environmental management skills are shared and developed in all members of our professional team and beyond.
Our team collaborate with a wide range of professionals and can offer unique training opportunities that span the whole woodland sector – from planting seedlings to crafting beautiful furniture with our harvested, milled, quality dried timber.
We share projects (and timber!) with forest craftspeople such as Alasdair Kilpatrick who bring a flair for creating bespoke timber furniture. Training sessions that share these timeless and rewarding skills are available to book.
Sometimes it is only by doing that we can really truly understand. Growing environmental concern needs to be nurtured and developed with practical skills and knowledge. This in turn helps to create more enlightened and informed individuals who are better able to defend and uphold environmental concerns and support the human rights of those peacefully campaigning to bring about change for the benefit of all and the one planet on which we depend.
If you are interested in training opportunities with White Wood Management or any of our associates please Contact Us.
Mobile saw milling
Add value to your timber by hiring our competitively priced mobile saw milling services - turning harvested roundwood into higher value sawn timber. Sell to local markets or use in your own projects.
We offer a kiln drying service for both soft and hard woods – let us quote for the milling and kiln drying of your timber.
Visual stress grading & CE mark for structural timber
We are fully certified by BMTRADA to assess, grade and CE mark your hardwood and softwood timbers to current British and European standards for structural use.
Woodland management planning & advice
We provide planning, advice and management services for woodland owners helping to secure a sustainable income from woodland whilst maintaining and enhancing a sustainable habitat for wildlife and amenity opportunities.
Tree planting, woodland creation & design
Creating areas of new woodland can be very rewarding, but long term success relies on choosing the right species, planning where and when to plant and knowing how to plant and care for your new trees.
Volunteer group management
Volunteers are the life-blood of environmental conservation work. People from all walks of life who are prepared to put their time and energy into making the world a better, greener place.