Tilhill, the UK’s leading forestry management, timber harvesting and landscaping company, has announced their support for tree improvement charity Future Trees Trust.
As the UK market leader in forest and woodland management, it makes perfect sense for Tilhill to be supporting the work of the UK’s only tree improvement charity. Future Trees Trust is dedicated to improving broadleaved trees to increase their timber yield and resilience and Tilhill will be supporting their work across a number of hardwood species.
There is much synergy between the two organisations. A sustainable source of home-grown hardwoods is essential to Tilhill’s business and supporting those who share this objective is an important part of the company’s investment into the future of UK forestry. Future Trees Trust’s work will help ensure such a sustainable supply.
Tim Liddon, Forestry Director at Tilhill says: “The work of the Future Trees Trust is vital for the future of our woodlands where trees need to be resilient to the impacts of climate change such as pests and diseases. Tilhill is therefore pleased to be able to offer our support to such important work.”
Tim Rowland Chief Executive Officer at Future Trees Trust says: “We’re delighted to be working with Tilhill. As the market leaders in UK forestry and timber harvesting, we’re honoured to count Tilhill as a key supporter of our work. Their enthusiasm for what we’re trying to achieve makes working together mutually beneficial.”