September 4 Brand Journalism In the Press

Trevor Knipe of Ballymartrim Woods in Co Armagh will run the Dublin Marathon in October 2018

Grandfather inspired by woodland is in training to run Dublin Marathon

A 67-YEAR-old landowner from Co Armagh is preparing to run his first ever marathon this year after being inspired by a woodland which was planted on his land three years ago. Trevor Knipe, of Ballymartrim Wood, planted over five hectares of native Irish trees, which he has since opened up to the public for walking and fundraising events.

The Forest Expansion Scheme grant is up to 100 per cent funded and attracts an annual income of up to £425 for 10 years and can be in addition to Single Farm Payments.

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September 3 Brand Journalism In the Press

Carolyn Trimble of Indiwoods, a woodland consultancy in Northern Ireland

DAERA say Forest Expansion Scheme plans to go-ahead ‘irrespective’ of Brexit

A WOODLAND consultant who celebrated planting her one millionth tree in Northern Ireland last year is welcoming news from DAERA that the Forest Expansion Scheme is expected to go ahead next year in spite of the looming uncertainty of Brexit.

Woodland consultant Carolyn Trimble says she is delighted the Department  confirmed it fully plans to open the scheme again next year, irrespective of Brexit, and is encouraging landowners to avail of the grants to plant woodlands.

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June 5 In the Press

Woodland Consultant Carolyn Trimble, owner of IndiWoods. DSC_3022

Woodland consultant hits milestone by planting her one millionth tree

Carolyn Trimble from County Armagh is the owner of IndiWoods – a woodland consultancy practice specialising in securing funding for farmers or landowners who wish to plant trees on their land.

The scheme brings environmental rewards, financial gain for landowners and health and wellbeing benefits for our overall community. The scheme empowers landowners to plant a minimum of five hectares of woodland with Carolyn specialising in native broadleaf woodlands.

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