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Independent membership organisation championing the development of wood-based industries for increased prosperity and well-being in Wales.Institute / association
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We champion the development of wood-based industries for increased prosperity and well-being in Wales.
We will harness the collective spirit of businesses and organisations to put trees, timber processing and wood products at the heart of the green growth agenda in Wales. Our ambition is to increase the market for wood, find ways to use wood better and to increase the supply and value of the homegrown resource.
We are a not for profit, for public good, membership organisation. Guided by our collaborative and cross-sector network of members, Woodknowledge Wales seeks to inspire a movement capable of leading a dramatic expansion of the forestry and wood-based industries in Wales.
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