Woodland Trust Blog
Did you know that Brazil was named after a tree? Or that Mexico is home to the world's widest tree? Discover the role that trees play in the national identity of some of the countries competing at the World Cup.
Ancient woodland ground flora is often a focus for woodland conservation and restoration. But the plants themselves could be seen as just the stage, with thousands of inextricable stories being played out by dependent insects and fungi.
Distinctive examples of leaf damage have recently been discovered which indicate that the zigzag elm sawfly has arrived in the UK
It’s competition time! Which tree will win the coveted Tree of the Year crown?
The longest day of the year is almost here. Make the most of the extra daylight with these seven activities!
Witches' brooms look like a dense tangled bird nest. But what are they and what causes them?
We’re on a mission to futureproof Northern Ireland’s Faughan Valley landscape. It’s good news for wildlife and for the people who live in, work in, or visit the valley.
They may look cute and cuddly, but with fierce teeth and claws and an appetite for small mammals, the elusive pine marten is anything but! Learn more about this iconic woodland species and how we're helping to secure its future.
From fresh flowers and tender leaves to crisp seeds, here are some edible plants to forage in June. These are my top tips on where to find them, and how to turn them into something delicious.
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