Senior PR Officer
From beech trees to bluebells, badgers to butterflies, not much tops being out and about in our woods. As part of the PR team it’s my job to spread the word about the magnificent work the Trust does.
Dee Smith has 22 items in their collection
Blog post By Dee Smith, 19 February 2018, Our woods
tree of the year voting
Blog post By Dee Smith, 14 February 2018,
We’ve got until 28 February to help make the Gilwell Oak the European Tree of the Year.
Vote Vote Vote!
Blog post By Dee Smith, 1 February 2018, Things to see and do
The Woodland Trust is calling for the British public to get behind the Gillwell Oak to take the European Tree of the Year Crown (Photo: WTML)
Bangers and cash
Blog post By Dee Smith, 23 January 2018, Volunteering
Wicor Primary School, Hampshire, has donated £500 to the Woodland Trust from sausage sales.
Nature friendly farming
Blog post By Dee Smith, 11 January 2018, Tree planting, Policy & influence
We’ve been extolling the virtues of trees on farms at the Oxford Real Farming Conference.
Tree of the Year 2017
Blog post By Dee Smith, 7 December 2017, Things to see and do
The public have spoken. Find out which specimens have taken the top title for 2017. (Photo: WTML)
Gove: tree planting rates have not been good enough
Blog post By Dee Smith, 7 December 2017, Policy & influence, Tree planting
We've been in Parliament to launch our vision for a post-Brexit land use policy.
Why soil matters
Blog post By Dee Smith, 25 October 2017, Policy & influence, Working with partners
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has reiterated the Government’s intention to plant more trees as part of a drive to improve soil health.
Nurturing the farmers of the future
Blog post By Dee Smith, 17 October 2017, Policy & influence, Tree planting
As sponsor of Agricultural Student of the Year, we swapped our fleeces for finery at the Oscars of the agricultural world: the 2017 Farmers Weekly Awards.
Blog post By Dee Smith, 3 October 2017, Our woods
The Woodland Trust has been forced to add security to a Kent woodland to deal with anti social behaviour caused by ghost hunters and vandals. The move has set the Trust back nearly £50,000 – money that should be spent on conservation.