His role focused on ELS and HLS applications and also Catchment Sensitive Farming, Soils 4 Profit and English Woodland Grant Schemes.
What does EWGS stand for?
EWGS stands for English Woodland Grant Scheme (Forestry Commission; UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Athole McKillop, director of Northumberland-based estates management firm Land Factor, said: "There is no doubt that this new grant, part of the English Woodland Grant Scheme, could be a real boost to anyone with areas of underused and inaccessible woodland as it will give them the financial support often required to help harvest that wood and sell it for fuel, as well as supplying other traditional timber markets.
Money is available through the English Woodland Grant Scheme (EWGS), operated by the Forestry Commission and provided under the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE).
The English Woodland Grant Scheme (EWGS) is aimed at improving the condition of ancient woodlands and creating new woods near urban areas.
They have been awarded a pounds 9,000 Forestry Commission grant over three years under the English Woodland Grant Scheme to allow them to create a better habitat for seven bird species under a pioneering joint initiative with the RSPB.
Forestry Commission development manager Richard Pow added: "This new grey squirrel control fund is designed to complement the support offered by the Forest Commission under the English Woodland Grant Scheme for red squirrel conservation.
Much grey squirrel control needs to be carried out on private land but current funding through the English Woodland grant scheme is inadequate and too restricted and does not cover small woodlands.
The Forestry Commission will support the woodland's regeneration with grants from the English Woodland Grant Scheme.