Woodland Trust Blog
This week the House of Lords ended its deliberations on the Infrastructure Bill – a curious mishmash of proposed legislation addressing everything from roads to non-native species and town and country planning, and plenty of concern to environmentalists.
Work to prepare an upland glen for tree planting has uncovered the remains of a charcoal furnace that may date back to the Iron Age.
We have long championed better protection for the irreplaceable habitat of ancient woodland. It’s one of the core aims of our public advocacy work.