To demonstrate that a small woodland can be managed sustainably, putting the environment and conservation first yet still support a viable rural business

•To actively involve the local community, including training and volunteering opportunities, improved access and by participation in the project

•To educate and inform local people, schools and other groups about forest gardening, permaculture, organic gardening, sustainability and environmental issues

•To provide and demonstrate resources which enable children and adults to see ideas and sustainable practices in action, which can then be incorporated into every home, garden and lifestyle