Experts in Woodland Creations and maintenance. Now providing Kiln Dried Logs and Charcoal.
Over 20 years’ experience – for all your forestry needs.
DRM Williams is small company based in East Devon with over 20 years of experience in forestry. Over the years we have gained a large client base with whom we work closely on a regular basis. This working relationship allows us to provide and maintain the highest standards of tree planting and maintenance.
We have planted over 5 million trees throughout the South West and nationwide. We have excellent relationships with suppliers of trees, shrubs, hedging, amenity, fruit trees and more.
We provide an end-to-end package, from large woodland creation design, supply and planting down to an individual tree. We can manage woodland plantations to establishment and provide ongoing maintenance.
We work with various forest managers to secure grants for new and existing schemes. Get in touch to find out more.
Dan is the founder and owner of DRM Williams and in the early years ran the business on his own, providing a forestry service to local estate managers and landowners while also providing some domestic garden maintenance.
Dan now manages a small team but still retains the personal touch and client relationships that have always been at the heart of DRM Williams.
In 2021, Dan launched the complementary business of selling kiln dried logs and charcoal to customers across Devon, Somerset and Dorset. This business was born out of the opportunity to see the full lifecycle of planting, from initial design and planting through to felling trees as part of regular woodland management.
Meet the Team
HEAD OF PUDDLES
Crumble has been a part of the DRM Williams team for 4 years and works closely with Dan at site visits. His role is to seek out wet and muddy puddles for close inspection.
Dan started the business over 20 years ago and now works with a small team on Woodland Creations and Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs and Charcoal
Darren can always be found on the yard, keeping on top of log deliveries and making charcoal