Cowdray wins Royal Forestry Award
Fourteen woodlands and woodland projects from across London, Southern and South East England impressed the judges in this year’s Royal Forestry Society ‘Excellence in Forestry Awards’ which were presented at the York Club, Windsor Great Park on 12th July.
Cowdray Estate received second place in the ‘Excellence in Silviculture’ category for work in Heathlands Copse which has been transformed from unproductive pasture to oak woodland.
In the main picture, Cowdray Foresters are photographed with the award in Heathlands Copse.
Richard Everett, Forest Manager said: “Cowdray has a long history of positive silviculture and we are very proud to receive this award that recognises our ongoing commitment to growing productive, well managed woodlands for the future.”
Pictured left to right: Rob Coltman presented the Royal Forestry Award to Cowdray Foresters Richard Everett and Kerry Hill.Back to News