Take a look at some of the work that was going on behind the scenes at Tir Coed in 2020.Read more
Tir Coed's new Ceredigion Co-ordinator Simon Lovatt is looking forward to starting work in the woods.Read more
Dysgu am Natur is Tir Coed's ambitious project that seeks to reconnect schoolchildren in Wales with the natural world.Read more
Take a look at the work of Isabel Bottoms, Tir Coed's Community Leader within the Llechi Glo a Chefngwlad network.Read more
Tir Coed's AnTir Project is a 7-year project delivering training and wellbeing activities in sustainable land management (including food growing). It will run in the four rural counties of Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Powys.Read more
Tir Coed returned to the woods to ensure trainees could complete courses cut short by Covid-19.Read more
Tir Coed's Ceredigion team has returned to the woods to prepare to welcome participants back to Coed Tyllwyd.
Our winter newsletter is here! It's been a busy few months - we have been delivering four 12 week training courses in Sustainable Woodland Management, hired 8 new Activity Leaders and have exciting new projects! Read more in our newsletter.
The last few months have been difficult for many, Tir Coed are thinking of all those effected by the storms and flooding across South and North Wales and hope everyone stays safe and looks out for each other during these difficult and unprecedented months ahead.
In the roundhouse at Jerry’s Scolton woodland, a fire crackles and the kettle bubbles to the boil. People are gathering to learn about trees, plants, animals and fungi; whose intricate interactions are the ecology of woodland life. Led by Emily and Tom, 10 trainees will be learning how to extract useful materials and balance these elements; connecting with nature and each other in ways that sustain life for all.Read more