Yoxall is a new woodland on a National Forest owned site, at Woodmill, near Yoxall, Staffordshire. The woodland has been established with the intentions of offering public amenity, enhancing the landscape and fostering biodiversity. The woodland is an example of a Lowland Mixed Deciduous Woodland – one the UK Post-2010 Biodiversity Framework Priority Habitats. (The Framework replaced the UK Biodiversity Action Plan).


Validated under the Woodland Carbon Code.

Project additional benefits:

  • community
  • wildlife
  • Trees planted:

  • 12,800 over 8 hectares
  • When:

  • Spring 2013
  • Predicted CO2 capture:

  • 2,810 over 50 years
  • Species mix:

  • Alder, Birch, Cherry, Hazel, Maple, Oak, Rowan