Woodland Trust Blog
The UK is home to some truly stunning butterflies, but can you identify them? Take our quiz to see if you can name some of our most common species.
Find out about Pip Jones’ PhD work on the role that trees can play on farms, by providing shelter for sheep. Find out where an electric sheep’s data logger is kept, and how many turnips are involved in her research!
Ancient and other veteran trees in the UK are our national and international responsibility and with the help of the Gardens Trust we can step up our campaigning efforts on their behalf.
Your dog's behaviour can reveal so much about their mental and physical state, explains Simon Tappin.
They’re off the blocks, pledges have been made, and the race to form the next Government is in full swing. But what do the main parties’ General Election manifestos say about woods and trees, and what do we want from the new Parliament?
Stinging nettles can often be irritating when out for a walk. Often the first move when afflicted by a sting is to reach for the nearest dock leave, but do they really help?
If you want to dip your toe into the world of foraging then elderflowers are a great place to start. Get our top identification tips , with ideas and recipes on how to use elderflower.
When was the last time you went for a walk? Discover the physical, mental and environmental benefits of walking and get outdoors this weekend.
Plants and trees have evolved over many years to make full use of nature's transport. Some seeds are able to float and ride the current of rivers and streams to get to a new destination. Discover more about seed dispersal by water.
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