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COED AGRI: Jayne James

Coed Agri Jayne James
Our CoedAgri scheme has been coming on in leaps and bounds with over 650 trees sent out to our readers so far this year! Here’s a photo from another of our successful applicants - Jayne James of Pitch Farm, Hereford who received 50 trees to create a new boundary hedge along the side of her cherry orchard!

The aim of our CoedAgri scheme is to help offset the 95 trees worth of paper used in printing all 25,000 copies of the Agri Trader magazine distributed to homes and businesses across Wales and the Border Counties each month. While the paper we use is sustainable and FSC certified, we wanted to go a step further to make a positive impact on the local environment and give back to our readers by sending out over 1,200 native trees free of charge each year. If you’d like to take part, read on to find out how.

To apply, you just need to send an email to with:

  • Your full name.
  • Address.
  • Telephone number.
  • How many trees you’d like, from 1 to 100.
  • What species you’d like (this can be a mix of any native species).
  • A brief description of where you would be planting the trees. 


All we ask in return is that you send us a few photos of the trees once you’re done planting, along with a little bit about your experience with the CoedAgri scheme to share in our newsletter and on social media.

If your application is successful, we’ll deliver the bare rooted trees to you in the next planting season – starting again in October – along with tree guards, and a tree care guide. All applications large and small will be considered. So, what are you waiting for? Get in touch and claim your free trees today!

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