Woodland Trust Blog
Our ancient trees are a valuable home for wildlife, whose importance can often be overlooked, that’s why we are working hard to ensure that we protect them for the future of our landscapes.
It’s always difficult to put in to words the reaction felt when we lose a case. A mixture of alarm, revulsion and the ever present question of what more could we have done to save this ancient wood? Yesterday was no exception.
Prime Minister David Cameron has helped us with a special tree planting in his Oxfordshire constituency.
A tree that is highly tolerant to ash dieback has been found in Norfolk, it was named ‘Betty’. This gives hope that more tolerant trees will be found in the UK and not all ash trees will be lost
Around once a year the Woodland Trust holds a parliamentary reception, kindly hosted by a supportive MP or peer. The purpose of these events is to invite decision makers, funders and partners to hear more about current priorities for woods and trees.
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