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Cree Valley Community Woodlands Trust

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Cree Valley Community Woodlands Trust
Newton Stewart


The Cree Valley Community Woodlands Trust (CVCWT) has a vision of establishing a Forest Habitat Network from “source to sea” which incorporates a mosaic of native broadleaf woodland and other habitats.

Cree Valley Community Woodlands Trust (CVCWT) evolved from Forest Environment Panel discussions in 1998. The management of a mosaic of habitats involving woodlands from “source to sea” was set on course by community meetings, a feasibility study and the appointment of a Project Manager and an Administrator.

CVCWT is a registered charity (No. SC028549) and also registered with Companies House (SC192062). CVCWT is a partnership between Dumfries and Galloway Council, Forestry Commission Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Freshfield Foundation, Galloway Estates, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Community Councils and private landowners.

The Cree Valley in the south-west of Scotland contains remnants of the former extensive ancient broadleaf woodlands. Once important in local industries, the woodland remnants are today recognised for their value in contributing to tourism, recreation and biodiversity.

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