Woodland Trust Blog
Our work is enriched and extended by the fantastic volunteers that give so much time and energy to the cause. Together with all our supporters we strive to safeguard the future of the UK’s woods and trees – united as one under a banner of leaves.
Landscape historians and designers, ecologists and archaeologists debate ‘Capability’ Brown’s true legacy.
It produced the original dye for tweed jackets and is said to keep flies, flu and even the Devil at bay. The tiny but mighty elderberry is hanging from a tree near you. Harness its goodness this autumn with this tasty syrup recipe.
100 years ago Bishops Knoll was a very different place and a hospital for Australian and British soldiers. Find out about the commemorations that have taken place.
Our appeal to secure the future of a spectacular Highland pine forest has been boosted by a £750,000 award from players of People's Postcode Lottery - part of £2.3 million raised to nurture trees and woods across the UK.
The final results are in - over 400 species were successfully identified at our first ever Smithills Bioblitz. We find out what fascinating species we found and why their records are so important.
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