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 17 items in their collection
Sheep and trees: how to improve sheep farming
Blog post By Dee Smith, 4 April 2017, Tree planting
We’re hitting the road to talk to sheep farmers about the benefits of trees to their flock’s health – and we’re being joined by two very special woolly guests.
Blog post By Dee Smith, 9 March 2017, Volunteering
The Woodland Trust has received overwhelming support for its free trees planting scheme which will see a third of a million trees being planted by community groups including sport clubs, 'Dangerous Dads' and schools across the UK.
Fruits - and nuts - of the forest
Blog post By Dee Smith, 13 December 2016, Tree planting
We're working with farmer David Rose to create an edible woodland, and it's setting tastebuds tingling!
From little acorns
Blog post By Dee Smith, 11 November 2016, Things to see and do, Tree planting
Over the last few weeks, hundreds of lovingly packaged acorns have been arriving at our office. But these are no ordinary acorns.
Nothing fishy about our conservation; we've won an award
Blog post By Dee Smith, 11 November 2016, Working with partners
Our conservation work with the West Cumbria Rivers Trust (WCRT) on the Cumbrian River Derwent has won a national award from The Wild Trout Trust.
What does Brexit mean for food, farmers and trees?
Blog post By Dee Smith, 7 November 2016, Policy & influence
The future of Britain’s post-Brexit food and farming system was explored at a recent “Farmers in Parliament” Day - and we were there.
Woodland Trust joins post-EU reform debate to secure a better future for trees and woods
Blog post By Dee Smith, 4 August 2016, Policy & influence
Read our thoughts on today's debate on what Brexit means for the environment and farmers in particular.