Woodland Trust Blog

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Spanish bluebells: what’s the problem?

by Amy Lewis, Estate Communications Officer on 08 June 2017

Native bluebells are under threat from their Spanish relatives. Get to grips with the real problem and find out how you can help native woodland plants.

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Did you catch us at London Tree Week?

by Sara Dickinson, Events Programme Executive on 07 June 2017

Well what a week we had at London Tree Week. Find out more about what we got up to and what our attendees said too!

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Our first boat: setting sail at Loch Arkaig

by George Anderson, PR & Communications Officer - Scotland on 06 June 2017

We've gone afloat at Loch Arkaig with our first boat, thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The vessel is essential to take staff and equipment in and out of the remote and mysterious top block.

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We did it! Cefn Coch given green light

by Heini Evans, PR & Communications Officer - Wales on 04 June 2017

Supporters save the day! The campaign to raise funds to purchase Cefn Coch has been successful. We can now move ahead with the project to allow nature to recreate native woodland across much of the site.

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Life cycle of a tree: from seed to snag

by Louise Taylor, Citizen Science Project Officer on 03 June 2017

Can you name all the different phases a tree goes through in its life? If not then read this blog.

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Butterfly Identification Quiz: can you name these common butterflies?

by Charlotte Varela, Volunteer Content Writer on 31 May 2017

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.

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PhDs we support: sheep and trees

by Christine Tansey, Research & Evidence Co-ordinator on 30 May 2017

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!

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Why do dogs eat grass? And 7 more dog behaviours explained

by Simon Tappin, Guest Blogger on 30 May 2017

Your dog's behaviour can reveal so much about their mental and physical state, explains Simon Tappin.

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New partnership helps us identify threats to ancient and other veteran trees

by Jill Butler, Conservation Advisor on 30 May 2017

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.

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Election 2017 and a future with woods and trees

by Lorraine Mullally, Lead Government Affairs Officer on 25 May 2017

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?

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