Woodland Trust Blog
Representing 95 per cent of Scotland’s constituencies in Westminster, the SNP were in buoyant spirits at their 2015 conference. The Woodland Trust were there to talk about Natural Capital.
Test Valley Borough Council refuses planning permission for the construction of 300 houses on almost 10 hectares of ancient woodland.
As the red carpet was rolled out for the Chinese President and MPs geared up for a heated debate about tax credits, we were pleased to see a good turnout at the inaugural meeting of the proposed All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ancient Woodland and Veteran Trees.
The UK’s newest and largest National Nature Reserve, The Great Trossachs Forest, has taken a step closer to becoming a reality. Discover our top six ways to enjoy the Great Trossachs Forest this autumn.
Free public tree planting event Coed Ffos Las, near Kidwelly, 10.30am - 2.30pm Saturday 7 November.
We’re delighted to reveal plans for an ambitious tree-planting initiative. One Million Trees in One Day aims to plant a million young native trees at sites right across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland – all in the space of 24 hours.
The Housing and Planning Bill was published last Tuesday. But is it raising more questions than it answers – primarily is housing really all we need?
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