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More communities benefit from Woodland Trust grants

by Chris Hickman, Senior PR Officer on 22 August 2017

More communities are set to benefit from woodland management grants thanks to our partnership with Nationwide Building Society.

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Trees and the steel city, what’s gone wrong?

by Oliver Newham, Senior Campaigner - Ancient Woodland on 18 August 2017

Sheffield is known as one of Europe’s greenest cities. Its highways management program has threatened all that.

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Care for your seedlings over the next few months

by Becky Owen-Fisher, Contributor on 13 August 2017

Do you have a Rowan, Dog rose, Holly or Alder buckthorn? If your seedling is 20cm tall or more it’s time to transfer it into a larger pot. Here’s how.

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MOREwoods Awards 2017: the winners

by Paul Martin, Guest Blogger on 26 July 2017

BBC presenter Paul Martin talks about judging the 2017 MOREwoods awards

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The Musgroves win the MOREwoods Awards 2017 competition

by John Tucker, Director of Woodland Creation on 14 July 2017

BBC Countryfile Diaries presenter, Paul Martin joined our expert panel to select the winners of this year's MOREwoods Awards.

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Should we really cut down trees for firewood?

by Nic Snell, Guest Blogger on 02 July 2017

If you’re using firewood, do you know where it comes from or how it has been treated? Careful sources of properly dried firewood is critical not just for providing efficient heating, but for protecting the UK’s woodland and the environment.

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Agroforestry 2017: what happened?

by Helen Chesshire, Senior Advisor on 28 June 2017

250 farmers, foresters, landowners and researchers came together at Cranfield University – all with the collective aim of exploring the practicalities of bringing more trees into farming practice.

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Planting starts in huge ecosystem restoration

by George Anderson, PR & Communications Officer - Scotland on 14 June 2017

We are delivering the woodland elements of a vast landscape initiative in the Scottish Highlands. The first new trees have gone in the ground at Coigach and Assynt.

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Do farmers dream of electric sheep?

by Pip Jones, Guest Blogger on 13 June 2017

Some farmers thought they were dreaming at the National Sheep Association’s North and Welsh Sheep events!

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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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