CASE STUDY: Local wood supply chains

Posted on September 30, 2020 by

This case study describes one small-scale standing sale for which careful records were kept of log sales from 0.5 ha of mature conifer woodland.

The logs went into a tight knit community of wood users operating supply chains that reached into several different timber and fuelwood markets and provided a cascade of benefits to the local rural economy.

Although only one example, this case study shows that standing sales into local timber markets can be an effective means of supporting wood-using enterprises and contribute to the Welsh Government well-being and sustainable management goals.

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