Woodland Trust Blog
We’ve been back in Parliament championing farming that’s fit for the future, outlining our priorities for a future farming support system to MPs and peers with the power shape it.
This summer, a national movement is happening. Speak Up Week, from 30 June to 8 July, is a national conversation about climate change and everything it’s affecting. Find out how you can take part.
Entering our Tree of the Year competition benefits the nominated trees and their communities whether they win or lose. We catch up with some of Scotland’s previous winners and finalists to see what lasting effect the competition has had.
Learn the identity of the UK's oldest tree and discover why ancient trees are such an important part of our landscape.
The Scottish Forestry Strategy consultation will open soon and we need your support to ensure our message is heard loud and clear at the highest level in the Scottish Government.
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?