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The amazing world of lichens

by Kay Haw, Conservation Advisor on 13 January 2014

Lichens are wonderful, complex organisms that should not be overlooked.

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Help record spring in the woods with Track a Tree

by Kate Lewthwaite, Citizen Science Manager on 08 January 2014

Track a Tree is a new opportunity to get involved with citizen science through us.

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Can you spot nesting rooks?

by Kate Lewthwaite, Citizen Science Manager on 06 January 2014

At this time of year these large black birds are easily spotted in the tops of bare trees tending to their nests.

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Has Owen gone off-piste on offsetting?

by Austin Brady, Director of Conservation & External Affairs on 06 January 2014

Owen Paterson (Secretary of State at Defra) has moved the discussion about biodiversity offsetting both back up the agenda and backwards too.

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HS2: Less speed, more support?

by Steve Mulligan, Contributor on 17 December 2013

Following the publication of the High Speed Rail Preparation Act and first reading of the Hybrid Bill, the Woodland Trust are now preparing our response to the HS2 Environmental Statement.

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Grow your own fuel and save money

by Hayley Broad, Contributor on 09 December 2013

Cold weather is coming and energy bills are rising – but there is an alternative way to heat your home.

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The grants gap, making progress together

by Kaye Brennan, Senior Campaigner on 25 November 2013

It’s been 21 days since we launched a petition against Defra’s decision to put a 2 year freeze in new government-funded grants for tree planting and new woods.

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The grants gap is already having an impact on communities

by Kaye Brennan, Senior Campaigner on 25 November 2013

Here’s a good example of how the current situation with grants is affecting how we support people who want to plant trees, and the landowners themselves

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Rare fungus rears its lovely head in Northern Ireland

by Kaye Coates, Communications Officer - Northern Ireland on 20 November 2013

A rare fungus has been found and recorded for the first time ever in Northern Ireland.

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Broadleaf magazine

by Elisabeth Garton, Editor on 08 November 2013

Get the latest Woodland Trust news with Broadleaf, our membership magazine.

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