Director of Woodland Creation
I look after all aspects of Woodland Creation across the UK. I've been with the Trust for almost 20 years, enjoying every minute of it.
John Tucker has 6 items in their collection
Blog post By John Tucker, 23 January 2018, Tree planting
In these days of pressurised farm incomes, trees and woods may offer a number of ways to help diversify farm income streams and bring cost savings too.
Blog post By John Tucker, 10 October 2017, Our woods
Plant trees and enhance your community's environment with help from the Woodland Trust (Photo: WTML/ Judith Parry)
The Musgroves win the MOREwoods Awards 2017 competition
Blog post By John Tucker, 14 July 2017, Tree planting
BBC Countryfile Diaries presenter, Paul Martin joined our expert panel to select the winners of this year's MOREwoods Awards.
Attending the Oxford Real Farming conference
Blog post By John Tucker, 13 January 2017, Tree planting
There was a fantastic buzz around the Oxford Real Farming conference, reflecting the mood of optimism and innovation. Find out more about my visit.
Planting trees can help farmers: find out how
Blog post By John Tucker, 5 December 2016, Tree planting
The UK loses 2.9m tonnes of topsoil every year, this is the farmer’s most precious resource. Find out how trees can help with water management, soil erosion and water protection.
Adapting our approach to tree procurement
Blog post By John Tucker, 4 September 2014, Tree planting, Threats
Confirmation of the presence of Ash dieback in the UK in early 2012 was a real wake up call for me both in terms of the range of species that we were planting and how we were purchasing them.
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