The aim of the Chiltern Woodlands Project is to promote and encourage the sensitive and sustainable management of Chiltern woods in order to protect the landscape of the Chilterns and maintain and enhance its biodiversity. The Project was started in 1989 by The Chiltern Society and is now an independent charity, based in the Chilterns Conservation Board office.
The Project promotes a sustainable woodland economy and raises awareness, understanding and enjoyment of woodlands through its regular newsletter and other publications. See a Gallery of images from the Project.
There is a charge for these services. Please contact the Project Director John Morris (details below) for more information. John has over 30 years' experience advising on woodlands in the Chilterns.
The Project's Business Plan and Prospectus for 2009-12 provides a good overview of the range of work it undertakes and its achievements.
Contact: John Morris, Director
Chiltern Woodlands Project
90 Station Road
Telephone 01844 355503
A number of information and advice articles produced by the Project are available to download here:
Registered charity no 1002512 : Chiltern Woodlands Project Ltd : Registered in England as company limited by guarantee number 2357329
Find out all the latest news and events in our latest newsletter.
Read the 2017-18 annual report
Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChilternWoods
Download the following free information sheets:
Bottom Wood (Chiltern Society site)
Special Trees and Woods of the Chilterns. A beautifully-illustrated full-colour 176 page book.
The Cultural Heritage of Chiltern Woodlands. A fully-illustrated guide to the fascinating story of local woodlands and historic features to look for.