Michael Gove has repeated his views that trees, woods and hedges are an integral part of the future for farming.
One of Northern Ireland’s most iconic landscapes is in the limelight thanks to a five-year project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Read the fourth in the collection of essays we presented to policymakers at a reception at the Houses of Parliament in December 2017.
Scottish crofters will find it easier to plant trees after Woodland Trust Scotland and Forestry Commission Scotland worked together to simplify the grant process.
When is the right time to prune fruit trees? From apples and pears to peaches and plums - here are some general tips.
A snapshot of recent activity engaging MPs in the importance of ancient woodland and our work with farmers.
Read the third of the collection of essays we presented to policymakers at a reception at the Houses of Parliament in December 2017.
In these days of pressurised farm incomes, trees and woods may offer a number of ways to help diversify farm income streams and bring cost savings too.
Great progress has been made at Scotland’s First World War Centenary Wood this winter, and we have plans to support planting across Scotland during 2018.
Neighbourhood plans are a great way to bring people together to shape their future. In doing so you can put trees at the heart of your community.
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