Tir Coed engages people with woodlands through volunteering, training and bespoke activities.
Improving Lives Through Woodlands
How does Tir Coed do this?
Tir Coed improves people's lives through various different projects that offer accredited training, volunteering opportunities, bespoke activity sessions and educational sessions for primary school groups.
Tir Coed's current projects
LEAF is one of Tir Coed's current projects delivered in three counties; Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys. The LEAF project creates opportunities for people to access bespoke well-being activities, woodland skills training courses, week-long intensive training in sector specific activities, mentoring, work placements and support for fledgling woodland enterprises.
Dysgu am Goed is also one of Tir Coed's current projects, offering 2 hour session in the woodlands to primary school children. These sessions are curriculum linked with a focus on the natural environment and woodland management.
Research is also being carried out through two different projects, AnTir and a KESS II PhD student.