Following the devastation of the industry due to the 1987 storm, Squerryes is proud to have brought its 900 acres of woodland into active management over the past decade. In trusting local contractors to manage and harvest this space, the optimisation of our trees’ growth allows for carbon sequestering.
Most significantly, our woodland operations are critical for the ecological diversity of mammals, birdlife, fauna, and flora in the local area. Working closely with Sevenoaks District Council and Kent Wildlife Trust, we maintain a watchful eye over the sites that lie within Squerryes’ commons of Hosey, Crockhamhill, and Fairley.
We have a community forestry school and frequent community work parties take place. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, should you wish to be put in touch with the right contacts.