Nurture Green  embraces working outdoors to inspire disadvantaged and unemployed individuals of Cornwall. We provide tailored work experience and mentoring through the means of a commercially trading landscaping, arboriculture and woodland company.

Our social mission is primarily funded through our working woodland management and landscaping services. We offer our services to domestic properties and commercial, covering all aspects of gardening and landscaping, tree surgery, and woodland management and consultancy. We also take on a variety of community and educational projects some of which involve school pupils. We have regular volunteers, looking for an opportunity to engage and rediscover their potential becoming a step closer to employment.

Our volunteers, predominately young adults and disabled individuals with physical or mental disabilities, have the opportunity to work alongside professionals to receive person centered work experience and mentoring. Nurture Green’s alternative approach has been successful as often the barrier to employment revolves around personal issues. Individuals experience being part of a team, learning about work etiquette and relationships, customer service, testing stamina, and most of all building confidence. We aim to embrace nature to truly engage the client, inspire them with hands on learning and secure employment.

Nurture Green naturally grew from three individuals who have many years of experience and qualifications in forestry, arboricultural, health and social care, and career advice combining all their skills to use them for a positive outcome - supporting the community.  

Please contact us if you would like to know more about us and our mission, and especially if you would like your property maintained by Nurture Green - why not have a professional service and know you have supported your local community at the same time.

"Our social mission is to provide a professional landscaping and arboricultural consultancy service whilst helping to address issues of unemployment in Cornwall"