£2.5M government scheme

It has been announced that there is a opportunity for local councils to acquire funding to plant thousands of trees this winter, with the scheme's application required by September 11th., say they are stepping forward to assist councils in making the most of a newly established £2.5m government fund. This initiative is aimed at planting thousands of trees across the nation to commemorate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III. say they are bringing a fresh, accessible approach to local authorities, district and city councils, and farmers, providing support for sustainable woodland creation. The organisation says they offer solutions tailored to individual sites and management techniques, allowing clients to maximise their share of the grant ranging from £10,000 to £50,000.

The organisation has set its self an ambitious goal to plant between 9 and 9,000 trees in every county across the United Kingdom.

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