On Wednesday 9th June, working together with the West of England Nature Partnership, we launched The Forest of Avon Plan: A Tree and Woodland Strategy for the West of England.
The Plan is launched and endorsed through the West of England Nature Partnership. The Plan was launched at an event with the West of England Combined Authority Mayor, Dan Norris, as part of the Festival of Nature, as pictured above with partners from many of our partners.
The West of England Nature Partnership includes the Woodland Trust, Avon Wildlife Trust, Bristol City Council, South Gloucestershire Council, Bath and North East Somerset (BANES) council, North Somerset Council, West of England Combined Authority, Wessex Water, Natural England, National Trust, Environment Agency, NHS, Bristol Water, Local Enterprise Partnership, Bristol Avon Catchment Partnership, Natural History Consortium and National Farmers Union and many other groups and charities.
The full Plan and a brief Guide are below to download!
In this section of our website you can access relevant sections of the Plan and all of the resources and information you need to help make the vision for trees and woodlands across the West of England happen! We will be building upon this resource across the next few weeks. If something is not answered, do get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 963 3383 or on social media, links below.
Here is also a new MAP showing the area boundaries that are discussed in the Plan - with the parts of the Plan that relate HERE