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Welcome to the Isle of Man Woodland Trust
We are a newly established charity on the island, formed in 2005. We are an independent woodland trust without connection to any other trusts.
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We also try to encourage access to and enjoyment of existing and new woodland by the public.
So far we have taken ownership of Eyreton Woods at Crosby and you are most welcome to visit the woods there. We have also taken ownership of some riverside land in Glen Maye, currently infested with Japanese Knotweed. We are in the process, we hope, of clearing the knotweed prior to planting suitable trees.
We have also taken over the responsibility for a 4 acre site near Sartfell, leased to us by the Island's Forestry dept. This is a hill-side gulley which experiences strong winds from the west. We have planted around 450 trees on this site to ascertain which species of tree are most likely to survive on such an exposed site.
We are also willing to plant trees on other people's land and now plant over 2,000 trees every winter on land not owned by the Trust. Please contact the Trust if you wish to have some trees planted on your land.