Danielle Olding, BSc (Hons), Prof dip (Arb), MICFor - Forest Manager
Danielle graduated from the Royal Agricultural University with a degree in rural land management. She has a farming background with experience in farm woodland planning and management, new planting design and small scale agroforestry systems on lowland farms.
Previously, Danielle has worked in private consultancy managing mixed farm and forest estates, bringing neglected woods back into productive management, agricultural transition planning and delivering ash dieback management strategies across both private and public sector. She has spent a number of years as an arborist and is a licenced bat surveyor specialising in woodland and trees.
Danielle moved to Tilhill in 2022 from the Forestry Commission where her work focused on woodland grant advice and applications, forestry regulations, management planning, woodland creation and EIA assessments.
Danielle also received Institute of Chartered Foresters Professional Membership Entry (PME) status.