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Green-tech partners with IndiWoods for dog-friendly woodland project

The Easywrap tree shelter is a polypropylene tree wrap that can be recycled once it has served its purpose

The Beechgrove doggy wood is a 30-acre area providing 22,000 Tubex Easywrap tree shelters



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11 January 2024

Green-tech, a supplier of tree-planting materials, has partnered with IndiWoods Ltd, a woodland consultancy in Co Armagh, assisting farmers and landowners across Northern Ireland in promoting native woodland planting. Managed by Carolyn Trimble, with over 20 years of experience, the consultancy has successfully planted over two million native trees throughout Northern Ireland and Northern England.

One of their notable projects is Beechgrove Doggy Wood, a 30-acre native woodland on the outskirts of Banbridge, Co Down. Integrated with the thriving Doggy Fun Park, it features dog-friendly activity trails. As a longstanding customer since 2006, IndiWoods sourced approximately 22,000 Tubex Easywrap Tree Shelters and canes from Green-tech to protect newly planted trees from rabbits and hares.

The Tubex Easywrap, a recyclable polypropylene tree wrap, supports lateral growth and expands as the tree matures. It retains moisture, provides heat, and shields against small animals and chemical sprays, improving survival rates. Beechgrove Doggy Wood offers a dog-friendly environment for exploration, and dog lovers have the opportunity to sponsor a tree for life in dedication to their pets.

Carolyn Trimble, director, IndiWoods, said: “I am passionate about encouraging native woodland planting throughout Northern Ireland and have worked with Green-tech for almost two decades to fulfil my requirements for tree planting and protection materials. Their customer service is excellent, and they always deliver what I need, when I need it, so I would happily recommend them. 

“The owners of Beechgrove Doggy Wood are delighted with their woodland, and I loved being involved in it. We used native species to help strengthen and diversify the local ecosystem and I am thrilled with how well it has been received.”

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