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Foraging in September: edible wild plants and berries to look out for

by Helen Keating, Content Manager on 07 September 2017

Here are five wild edible plants to forage for in September with tips on what to look for and how to gather and eat them.

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What is a Root Protection Area and what does it mean?

by Jill Butler, Conservation Advisor on 05 September 2017

Conservation adviser, Jill Butler explains what a Root Protection Area is, how is it calculated and what it means.

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Types of mushroom in the UK: common identification guide

by Helen Keating, Content Manager on 31 August 2017

Mushrooms (or toadstools) is a term given to the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting bodies that certain fungi produce. Here are nine common mushrooms that you may come across.

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More trees, less tarmac

by Richard Barnes, Senior Conservation Advisor on 31 August 2017

We're joining 16 other environmental groups to call for a greener approach to road building in a new report published today.

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Help stop the decline in British woodland birds

by Doug Shapley, Conservation Advisor on 29 August 2017

The British Trust for Ornithology have reported significant declines in woodland bird species but citizen science is a great tool to help stop the decline.

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Mae gan Goed Hynafol obaith yng Nghymru

by Sam Packer, Campaigns Officer - Wales on 28 August 2017

Plediwch achos coed a choedwigoedd mewn newidiadau polisi yn y dyfodol – a rhoi gwell gwarchodaeth i goed hynafol Cymru hefyd.

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Giving ancient trees a chance in Wales

by Sam Packer, Campaigns Officer - Wales on 28 August 2017

Make the case for trees and woods in future policy changes – and give Wales’ ancients better protection too.

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Helicopter seeds: which trees do they come from?

by Louise Taylor, Citizen Science Project Officer on 24 August 2017

In the UK you can find native and non-native trees that produce helicopter seeds. These trees are field maple, ash, sycamore, and Norway maple.

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Our volunteers have spoken!

by Sarah Shaw, Volunteering Development Coordinator on 23 August 2017

We asked our volunteers what could make their experience even more magnificent at the Woodland Trust and here's what they had to say...

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More communities benefit from Woodland Trust grants

by Chris Hickman, Senior PR Officer on 22 August 2017

More communities are set to benefit from woodland management grants thanks to our partnership with Nationwide Building Society.

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