Tilhill offers farmers a professional one-stop forestry service for woodland creation, management, selling woodland generated carbon units, and timber harvesting.

We help farmers gain value from their less productive, marginal land.

Our forestry management services are fulfilled by professionally qualified and experienced managers who care for the woodland to increase biodiversity and to bring farmers the best possible value from the timber and to increase the whole farm value.

Our unique, internal, and sustainable interactions between our forestry and harvesting managers means we provide an unrivalled service to our clients.

Working in partnership with CarbonStore, we unite farmers who want to sell, with companies who want to buy certified woodland carbon units.

A unique, transparent service combining the knowledge of the CarbonStore team with the skills of Tilhill and the UK-grown trees by Maelor Forest Nurseries. Together, we have planted over 1 billion trees.

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There are around 3.2M ha of woodland in the UK. This is set to increase substantially over the coming years due to a range of policy, social, environmental and commercial drivers, including Net Zero, Biodiversity Net Gain, ELMs, Local nature recovery plans and carbon trading.

Opportunities are increasing for farmers and land managers to earn revenues from storing carbon in soils or vegetation, or by reducing baseline GHG emissions from crop and livestock production.

Biodiversity encompasses all the variety of life on Earth from genes to species, populations, communities and ecosystems. In ecological and environmental sectors, we mostly refer to the biodiversity of plant and animal communities within particular habitats.

The concept of Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is an important component of the UK Government's ambitions to reverse biodiversity loss. It provides a framework for ensuring that development and land management activities leave habitats in a measurably better state than beforehand.