Woodland Trust Blog
Ancient trees are our oldest, fattest and gnarliest trees. But what is ancient? And how long does it take for a tree to become ancient?
Scotland’s First World War Centenary Wood is at Dreghorn near Edinburgh, but around the country there are 18 landowners committed to creating their own Centenary Woods. We are keen to hear from more.
Are you curious about what mouse you saw in your garden or out on a walk? Or did your cat bring one in and you wondered what it was.
Over 24,000 native saplings have been planted at Brackfield Wood, its seen an incredible transformation and celebrates an incredible cause - honouring the many victims of the First World War.
Here are our top six wild edible plants to look out for in July with tips on what to look for and how to cook and eat them.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ancient Woodland and Veteran Trees is up and running again in the new Parliament, already taking action to help improve protection for this irreplaceable and precious habitat
BBC Countryfile Diaries presenter, Paul Martin joined our expert panel to select the winners of this year's MOREwoods Awards.
Thanks to the generosity of one of our supporters we have the opportunity to restore a precious ancient woodland site in Wales to its former broadleaved glory.
Diolch i haelioni un o’n cefnogwyr mae cyfle gennym i adfer gogoniant darn o goetir hynafol yng Nghymru.
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