Woodland Trust Blog
The revised National Planning Policy Framework was published today and with it the fate of ancient woodland, ancient and veteran trees in England has changed for the better!
We have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change the way we manage our Welsh landscape to the benefit of all in Wales, and all future generations.
Our camera nest at Loch Arkaig may have failed this year, but a healthy chick has been raised successfully. Life goes on for our pair Louis and Aila and we think we have solved the mystery of how a pine marten managed to reach their clutch.
With its black and gold stripes, translucent wings and signature furry body, the bee is a common sight in woods and gardens around the world. But do you know how important this creature is to our planet, and the threats it is facing?
The great British oak is woven into our islands’ DNA. In the face of disease and environmental threats, the nation is rising to its defence.