BHL Woodland Management Award
The BHLWMA highlights the quality of woodland care and woodland management that can be achieved by the use of horses and there is a prestigious and coveted prize for the winner, the 'Prince of Wales Perpetual Trophy for Woodland Management', as well as prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed.
This award was launched by the British Horse Loggers in 2005. A recent piece of work which has included the use of horses by a BHL member to extract the timber can be nominated. Nominations can be by the horse logger, any other member of the team, the woodland agent or the woodland owner.
Judging is stringent and evaluates the job as a whole, from planning to finish. Geraint Richards, Head Forester of the Duchy of Cornwall Woodlands is the Senior Judge.
The deadline for the next round for work carried out from 1st October 2014 to 30th September 2016 is now open. To apply please read the rules by clicking here
and then complete the application form here.