ICAP at Lower Broombriggs

This woodland is planted in partnership with the National Forest. It is predominantly a native broadleaf woodland designed to maximise the range of wildlife interests through species mix and the inclusion of open spaces and meadow. It is intended that long term management incorporates volunteers and local schools.

Project additional benefits:

  • community
  • wildlife
  • Trees planted:

  • 3,456 over 2.16 hectares
  • Predicted CO2 capture:

  • 1,051 tonnes over 55 years
  • Species mix:

  • Alder, Birch, Cherry, Hawthorn, Hazel, Holly, Maple, Oak, Rowan, Sycamore, Norway spruce, Sitka spruce