Written by: Natasha Page-Wood
At Carton House Estate, we uphold a tree planting policy aimed at securing the vitality of our mature woodlands. Each year, we integrate 80 semi-mature native trees into our existing woodlands as part of our woodland management plan.
In close collaboration with the National Parks and Wildlife Services, our greenkeeping management is dedicated to the preservation and expansion of the estate's natural woodlands for the benefit of future generations. The introduction of these new trees not only extends the woodland habitats but also contributes to greater regional biodiversity. Simultaneously, it also plays a pivotal role in carbon sequestration as we continue our efforts to combat climate change.