Private woodlands, plant health, grants and funding

The Forest Service not only plants and manages woodland in the public forests under its control but also helps the planting and management of privately owned woodlands. This is done through grant payments to help landowners plant and manage their woodlands.

Grant schemes and plant health

There are different grant schemes in operation which provide funding for private woodland owners.

Trees being imported, crops, nurseries and other horticultural operations are inspected by Forest Service, and serious pests and diseases are controlled and eliminated.

Find out more about forestry grants:

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