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Farming with trees

by David Rose, Farmer on 16 February 2018

Read the fourth in the collection of essays we presented to policymakers at a reception at the Houses of Parliament in December 2017.

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Ashes to ashes: the inevitable impact of ash dieback

by Vincent Crump, Consultant editor on 15 February 2018

As deadly dieback grips Britain, the sun is setting on many of our 128 million ash trees. The latest issue of Broadleaf tells how we are fighting back – and how you can help.

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Planting on crofts just got easier

by George Anderson, PR & Communications Officer - Scotland on 14 February 2018

Scottish crofters will find it easier to plant trees after Woodland Trust Scotland and Forestry Commission Scotland worked together to simplify the grant process.

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Cast your Tree of the Year vote before time runs out!

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 14 February 2018

We’ve got until 28 February to help make the Gilwell Oak the European Tree of the Year.

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Moto and school kids show planting power

by James Martin, Content editor on 13 February 2018

Our partner the Moto In The Community Trust has helped school children in Reading and Tamworth to plant more than 200 trees.

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Homemade gift ideas for Valentine's Day

by Laura Cottam, Volunteer Content Writer on 08 February 2018

Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to show your loved ones how much you care about them. Why not show it with some homemade gift ideas or a special romantic outing! (Photo: WTML/ Michael Heffernan)

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High Speed Rail Bill heading to the House of Commons

by Victoria Bankes Price, Planning Advisor on 08 February 2018

The Bill for HS2 Phase 2a is heading to the House of Commons. We will be petitioning on behalf of ancient woods and trees.

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Hedgehog numbers halved since millennium

by Kay Haw, Conservation Advisor on 07 February 2018

Hedgehogs are a woodland edge species that also make use of hedgerows and suburban gardens. A new report says Britain has lost half its hedgehogs in less than two decades.

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Centenary Wood immortalised in writing by Northern Ireland poet

by Kaye Coates, Communications Officer - Northern Ireland on 07 February 2018

A new poetry collection, by local writer and poet Sam Burnside, pays tribute to our special Centenary Wood in the beautiful Faughan Valley.

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Outdoor learning at forest school

by Frances Harris, Contributor on 06 February 2018

Forest school is lots of fun, and besides the educational value, contributes to children’s personal, social and emotional development.

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