Woody biomass from landscape elements is currently primarily used for energy generation (heat and electricity). Developing high-value applications for this type of biomass is complicated, due to its relatively low quality, the lack of uniformity and the small volumes. This report identifies and quantifies current flows of woody biomass from landscape elements. Furthermore, the different applications for woody biomass are classified based on their functionality. The report also further examines the application of biomass for the production of lumber, pulpwood, monomers and for energy generation. Lastly, the report describes a framework for action, targeting producers, processors and buyers of woody biomass from landscape elements and involved governments, to further develop high-value applications of biomass.