PR Officer & Celebrity Liaison
I'm passionate about telling stories that bring our native woods to the fore. Whether that’s about getting families to explore the great outdoors, or tackling major threats and issues - it feels great to champion nature and wildlife.
Hollie Anderson has 26 items in their collection
Citizen science species decline
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 16 January 2018, Wildlife & nature
A paper published by Avian Biology Research has highlighted the importance of citizen science data and its support to analysis of species decline.
I’m dreaming of a GREEN Christmas
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 22 December 2017, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
The Woodland Trust’s Nature’s Calendar project has been receiving records of spring events such as hazel flowering and elder budburst, up to four months earlier than expected.
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 28 November 2017, Working with partners, Threats
Observatree launched in 2015 to protect UK trees and to better our understanding of tree disease and harmful pests. 235 volunteers have been trained by a collaboration between the Woodland Trust and other environmental organisations. Over 3,000 sites have been surveyed by volunteers in just over 2 years, the project will continue to receive funding and additional support to target both new and old tree diseases.
Worcestershire beauty spot
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 14 November 2017,
The Great Storm: 30 years on
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 12 October 2017, Our woods, Threats
This week marks 30 years since the great storm, which took place on the night of 15-16 October 1987. Find out how we were affected.
Our top ten: autumn woods
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 9 August 2017, Our woods
We have some beautiful woodlands across Britain that ignite in autumn with vibrant warm colour. Have a loot at 10 of our best autumn woods and why not visit your nearest one? (Photo: WTML/ John Macopherson)
HS2 latest - 94 ancient woods now face damage
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 18 July 2017, Ancient trees, Threats, Policy & influence
The recent route announcement for HS2 Phase 2a has dramatically increased the number of ancient woods affected.
Devonshire dig delves into local mystery
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 2 June 2017, Our woods
A six-day archaeological dig in a Devon woodland uncovered its hidden past.
Uffmoor Wood closure
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 22 May 2017, Our woods
Persistent issues are forcing the Trust to close Uffmoor Wood near Halesowen, a well used wood in the West Midlands.
Hot on the trail: watch footage from our trail cameras
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 24 April 2017, Wildlife & nature
Meet the volunteers who are tracking wildlife with hidden cameras