Thanks to our sponsors
All kinds of people and organisations are working together to make Evolving the Forest a reality. This is where we acknowledge them and say ‘thank you’.
About our Sponsors
Thank you to our sponsors and supporters. Become a sponsor or advertise in the programme
Tilhill Forestry is the UK’s leading forestry management and timber harvesting and marketing company. We operate nationally from a network of offices across the UK.
We offer a full range of forest and woodland management services to owners, including forestry and woodland investment expertise. We supply roundwood into all major UK processors and biomass energy markets. We also apply our skills to landscaping our environment.
Our qualified and experienced managers care for your woodland or forest to get you the best possible return and access to the premium timber prices. Our unique internal interaction between our sustainable forestry and harvesting managers means we provide an unrivalled service to our customers.
Tilhill are the proud sponsors of the Tilhill Forestry Gala Dinner on June 19.
They are also sponsoring a session Wood as a material/contemporary timber-based design
In 1972 a group of friends sat round a kitchen table in Devon planning how they could protect a nearby ancient wood from a developer’s axe.
The table belonged to Ken Watkins, who together with his wife and friends founded the Woodland Trust by buying and saving that fragile, threatened woodland.
Now, more than 46 years later, we’re proud to stand up for trees everywhere as the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity.
Every year we fight to save woods under threat, campaign for better protection for ancient woodland, restore damaged woods, create havens for wildlife and plant millions of new native trees.
The Devon woodland we first rescued has been joined by 1,000 more across the UK, all free and open to visit, and we now have more than 250,000 members united behind our cause.
Thanks to our amazing supporters, we’re on our way to achieving our vision – a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife.
Woodland Trust proudly sponsors the session Climate Change impacts / Resilient Landscapes
Dartington Hall Trust
The Dartington Experiment began in 1925, when Dorothy and Leonard Elmhirst bought a crumbling estate and began to explore how a place could change the world – attracting some of the greatest artists, educators and political philosophers of the 20th century in the process. Important British institutions – including the NHS and the Arts Council – emerged, and ground-breaking experiments in land use, farming and education took place.
Today Dartington is the in the midst of an exciting transformation. The charity is returning to its original purpose and values, delivering social impact and undergoing a period of rejuvenation and development.
Our restaurants are busy, theatre and cinema performances are packed, and recent educational and family events are full to capacity. The number of enterprise tenants on the estate now numbers around 180, and we are delivering social impact through a range of initiatives. In addition, our experiments in agroforestry, land use and education are putting Dartington back on the map as a place of innovation and radical thought.
Science Walden are our research partners. Science Walden is based at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology in Ulsan, S. Korea one of Asia’s leading science and engineering universities. Science Walden in an experiment in social thought around sustainability in which the arts play a key role. art.earth partner organisation the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World is a research partner in Science Walden; art.earth’s Director Richard Povall is Visiting Professor at Science Walden.