treeCycle is a small rural enterprise based in
Alyth, East Perthshire, Scotland.
It was established
in 2011 by Clive Bowman who has over 25 years
experience working within a range of projects at
community, regional and international levels
- climate change adaptation
- and traditional crafts
He has particular experience of project
stakeholder engagement processes, plan and policy
development and project management.
Clive also runs the Scottish Woodland Skills Centre,
promoting traditional woodland crafts, at Bamff,
for more information.
Site surveys & assessments, project management,
feasibility studies, stakeholder
engagement and consultation activities, funding
applications, marketing campaigns.
Recent consultancy work includes tree disease
surveys and tree health assessments for Forestry
Commission Scotland. Mountain bike trail
inspections and assessments for a community group.
Specialist landscape management, timber construction
and grounds maintenance work.
Recent work includes hedge laying and coppicing
for Tay Landscape Partnership. Pergola and decking
construction, orchard fruit tree pruning and hedge
trimming for private clients. Clive also leads
volunteer project activities for corporate and
community groups such as path construction and maintenance.
Delivery of traditional craft courses, training,
experiences, workshops and events through the Scottish
Woodland Skills Centre.
The majority of courses are run at the Centre in
Alyth but we are happy to travel to run workshops
and demonstrations through out Scotland.
Please contact Clive on 07580778700
or firstname.lastname@example.org to
discuss a job or activity
treeCycle, Norwood, Losset Road, Alyth, Scotland,