Woodland Care Woodland Improvement and Managemant

sustainable woodland management in practice

Woodland Care products

Young Broadleaf Plantation

Extracting Small Diameter Hardwood Thinnings

Woodland care specialises in the development and marketing of a range of woodland products. All harvesting is done in a sustainable way in order to guarantee conservation and continuity of supply.

SMALL DIAMETER HARDWOODS AS FIREWOOD AND CRAFT MATERIAL

From woodlands we are called to manage we are willing to purchase from the owner any amount of hardwood thinning.

Collecting Tree Seeds

Collecting Tree Seeds

Wild Berries
Wild Berry Collection

BERRIES NUTS AND SEEDS FOR TREE NURSERIES

For over 15 years we have been involved in sourcing, collecting and supplying native tree seeds from Irish woodlands and hedgerows to specialised tree nurseries. As seed collectors we are officially registered by the Irish Forest Service. We are constantly looking for new sources of seed for all main native broadleaves found in Ireland and can pay a compensation to landowners who can provide access to a good seed source. If you think your farm or woodland is a good seed source for any of the species listed below you can contact us for a visit.

  • Common Alder
  • Gray Alder
  • Italian Alder
  • Ash
  • Beech
  • Blackthorn
  • Downey Birch
  • Silver Birch
  • Wild cherry
  • Guelder Rose
  • Sweet chestnut
  • Hornbeam
  • Holly
  • Pedunculate oak
  • Sessile oak
  • Rowan
  • Scots pine
  • Spindle
  • Sycamore
  • White beam
  • Whitethorn
Edible Wild Mushrooms

Edible Wild Woodland Mushrooms found in the West of Ireland



EDIBLE FOREST MUSHROOMS

WOODLAND CARE knowledge and experience with edible mushrooms is long standing and is rooted in the north Italian forest culture. Jonathan Spazzi is a formally trained forest mycologist registered as such with Italian Health Department and expert in the identification of forest wild fungi.

Between 2008 and 2014 he has been involved with a number of research project coordinated by the University of Limerick to explore the harvesting potential and nutritional content of wild edible fungi in Ireland. Woodland care is involved in Courses in wild mushroom foraging and identification through IRISH SEED SAVERS Centre in County Clare ( see www.irishseedsavers.ie ).

 

 

 

free site visit and advice on existing woodland grants

CONTACT: Jonathan Spazzi BSc (hons) Forest Mangement , MSIF. East Clare. Tel 086 3408140 Contact Jonathan Here