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At its most basic, a woodland management plan is a working document, which provides a central point to keep all of the paperwork associated with the management of a woodland, with information about the boundaries, features and woodland character. There are a number of good reasons to produce a woodland management plan:
Further information on woodland management planning, with downloadable templates, guidance and other resources, is available for woodland owners and managers in England, Scotland, and Wales.
The Sylva Foundation have an free service for woodland owners called myForest (www.sylva.org.uk/myforest/) which provides on-line resources for management planning, marketing and contact information for foresters, agents and forestry based businesses.
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