Woodland Trust Blog
There are poisonous mushrooms out there, and some of them are deadly. With sinister names - destroying angel, funeral bell and deathcap - it's a warning to steer clear. Here are seven to watch out for in the UK.
This month HS2 is front and centre. The consultation is open and we are working tirelessly to respond to this hugely damaging project.
You don't have to be in the countryside to plant a tree. Find out how you can get planting in your town or city.
The death of a tree marks a long, drawn-out process, and one which is incredibly important for nature. Find out more about the deadwood that provides homes and food for bats and creepy crawlies as mysterious fungi envelop, shroud and ultimately dissolve the tree’s decaying corpse.
Explore the world of foraging with these top wild fungi picking and cooking tips. Here are five edible fungi that are easy to identify.
Actor, novelist, member of the House of Lords and writer and creator of Downton Abbey, Julian Fellowes explains his love of trees and what Langley Vale means to his family.
Autumn is the most spectacular season thanks to our deciduous trees. But why is autumn colour better some years than others? Find out why.
They may be small and sour, but you can make some amazing recipes with crab apples. They are usually cooked first and have a terrific tart and tangy flavour. Try these three recipes.