WHAT WE DO

Restoring the Land

Forest, Meadow & Orchard

PLANS

Working with Nature

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

WORKING IN

The Oak Forest

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula. Fusce a quam finibus, pharetra erat in, interdum erat. Vestibulum metus risus, dictum vitae diam in, placerat euismod ipsum.

OUTCOMES

Timber

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

SUPPORTING

Wildlife Habitats

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula. Fusce a quam finibus, pharetra erat in, interdum erat. Vestibulum metus risus, dictum vitae diam in, placerat euismod ipsum.

Morbi eu est ligula. Aenean vitae lacinia nibh. Ut consectetur, ex id pulvinar lobortis, erat tellus lobortis urna, ac egestas nibh urna et urna. Donec maximus turpis leo, fermentum sagittis tellus pharetra nec. Morbi in quam non tortor malesuada varius. Sed tincidunt, odio quis pretium cursus, lacus neque bibendum elit, vitae vulputate ligula metus et lectus. Nullam sed tellus augue. Nunc fringilla leo in tellus pellentesque facilisis. Aenean mollis nibh eget orci dictum, quis viverra arcu iaculis.

DEVELOPING

The Wildflower Meadows

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

RESTORING

The Cherry Orchards

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula. Fusce a quam finibus, pharetra erat in, interdum erat. Vestibulum metus risus, dictum vitae diam in, placerat euismod ipsum.

Morbi eu est ligula. Aenean vitae lacinia nibh. Ut consectetur, ex id pulvinar lobortis, erat tellus lobortis urna, ac egestas nibh urna et urna. Donec maximus turpis leo, fermentum sagittis tellus pharetra nec. Morbi in quam non tortor malesuada varius. Sed tincidunt, odio quis pretium cursus, lacus neque bibendum elit, vitae vulputate ligula metus et lectus. Nullam sed tellus augue. Nunc fringilla leo in tellus pellentesque facilisis. Aenean mollis nibh eget orci dictum, quis viverra arcu iaculis.

PLANS

Working with Nature

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

WORKING IN

The Oak Forest

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula.

OUTCOMES

Timber

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

SUPPORTING

Wildlife Habitats

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula. Fusce a quam finibus, pharetra erat in, interdum erat. Vestibulum metus risus, dictum vitae diam in, placerat euismod ipsum.

DEVELOPING

The Wildflower Meadows

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

RESTORING

The Cherry Orchards

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula. Fusce a quam finibus, pharetra erat in, interdum erat. Vestibulum metus risus, dictum vitae diam in, placerat euismod ipsum.

PLANS

Working with Nature

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

WORKING IN

The Oak Forest

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula. Fusce a quam finibus, pharetra erat in, interdum erat. Vestibulum metus risus, dictum vitae diam in, placerat euismod ipsum.

OUTCOMES

Timber

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

SUPPORTING

Wildlife Habitats

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula. Fusce a quam finibus, pharetra erat in, interdum erat. Vestibulum metus risus, dictum vitae diam in, placerat euismod ipsum.

DEVELOPING

The Wildflower Meadows

One of the founding aims of Ruskin’s Guild was to acquire land and—through labour, wind and water power—to bring it into useful production.

We work to demonstrate that land management can be people focused and environmentally excellent, but also economically viable.

Since 2007 Wyre Community Land Trust (WCLT) has been managing land and woodland in and around the ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.

Including Ruskin Land itself, WCLT manages about 200 hectares consisting of fragmented wildlife habitats and ancient woodlands all in need of careful and sensitive management. The WCLT works in partnership with many of different landowners and public bodies to ensure the best possible outcomes.

RESTORING

The Cherry Orchards

All about the forest – what needs doing, how you’re doing it, what benefits are already showing in terms of wildlife, livelihoods etc

Nullam eget nibh placerat, semper diam ut, iaculis elit. Aliquam pellentesque nibh purus, eu tempus elit eleifend ultrices. Praesent sollicitudin nulla a urna lacinia, non malesuada tellus pulvinar. Phasellus quis ante ut sem facilisis facilisis id ac orci. Duis sed pretium metus, ut convallis libero. Fusce luctus congue vulputate.

Suspendisse lacus leo, interdum eu quam convallis, vulputate sodales nisl. Duis in leo ante. Donec vulputate massa quis sodales fringilla. Suspendisse id urna tempus, feugiat neque a, dignissim justo. Sed tellus orci, imperdiet at mattis non, maximus a ligula. Fusce a quam finibus, pharetra erat in, interdum erat. Vestibulum metus risus, dictum vitae diam in, placerat euismod ipsum.