Head of Conservation
It’s my privilege to head up the Conservation Team as the conservation of trees, woods and the life they support is at the heart of what the Trust is about.
Christine Reid has 6 items in their collection
wildlife other half of the story
Blog post By Christine Reid, 21 September 2018, Wildlife & nature
The fortunes of some of our best loved wildlife are changing for the better. But that’s only half the story. Lots of our nation’s wildlife remains in serious trouble. With your help, there’s still time to save them.
Our conservation principles refreshed
Blog post By Christine Reid, 23 February 2018,
Our Conservation Principles and Approach have evolved to meet the challenges of our time. Join us on the journey towards a UK rich in native woods and trees for people and wildlife.
Botanical surveying in the magical Wye Valley woods
Blog post By Christine Reid, 30 June 2017, Wildlife & nature, Our woods
Our Head of Conservation gets up-close and personal with some rather special woodlands – take a look at what she learnt about two of our most magical sites, and start your own journey of discovery.
Moccas Hill: bringing a lost medieval deer park back to life
Blog post By Christine Reid, 24 October 2016, Ancient trees
The partnership project to restore Moccas Hill Wood is off to a flying start thanks to Woodland Trust and Natural England, transforming a hill-top conifer forest back to its medieval deer park roots with a modern twist.
Stripes and stars: A Kielder odyssey
Blog post By Christine Reid, 27 May 2016, Tree planting
The Woodland Trust Conservation Team’s recent trip to Northumberland opened our eyes to the opportunities and challenges of the large scale commercial forestry sector from seedling to sawmill. Find out more about our trip.
The long game: Securing the future of ancient trees
Blog post By Christine Reid, 6 May 2016, Ancient trees
Our ancient trees are a valuable home for wildlife, whose importance can often be overlooked, that’s why we are working hard to ensure that we protect them for the future of our landscapes.
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