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Community-led conservation in action

by Keri Lloyd, Contributor on 14 December 2017

The Friends of Bilbrook, a group from Bilbrook in South Staffordshire, are going above and beyond to create spaces for wildlife and get people from all walks of life involved in nature conservation.

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The UK’s first Tree Conference

by Suzi Martineau, Tree Conference founder on 09 December 2017

Guest blogger and organiser of the first ever Tree Conference, Suzi Martineau, reflects on the success of this year's inaugural event.

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Tree Charter launched in Scotland

by George Anderson, PR & Communications Officer - Scotland on 29 November 2017

The new Charter for trees, woods and people had its Scottish launch at Lang Craigs near Dumbarton on Saturday – with poetry, planting and Christmas wreath making.

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How to protect your plants in winter

by Sally-Ann Smurthwaite, Assistant Campaigner - Policy & Advocacy on 23 November 2017

Winter weather can prove fatal for your favourite garden trees and plants. Find out how to protect your plants from the extremes of wind, rain, frost and snow over the next few months.

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Islay’s First World War Centenary Wood

by George Anderson, PR & Communications Officer - Scotland on 22 November 2017

Woodland Trust Scotland was delighted to help the community plant a Centenary Wood as part of a wide range of events planned to mark the anniversary.

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Working with nature to reduce flooding

by James Paterson, Conservation Adviser - Ecosystem Services on 16 November 2017

We discuss a fantastic new online resource on natural flood management techniques published by the Environment Agency.

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The role of trees in protecting our natural resources

by Helen Chesshire, Senior Advisor on 09 November 2017

Action is needed now to protect the resources that form the basis of a sustainable food and farming sector. We’ve joined forces with the Campaign for the Farmed Environment to highlight the role of trees in resource protection this autumn.

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How and when to plant fruit trees

by Eleanor Clark, Conservation Volunteer on 08 November 2017

Learn how to choose the best fruit tree for you and your garden, when and where to plant them and the benefits they bring for wildlife.

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Owning and restoring my own woodland

by David Ward, Owner of an ancient woodland in Yorkshire on 02 November 2017

Three years ago David Ward invested in a four acre woodlot in Yorkshire and became dedicated to learning about woodland management. With help from the Trust, he is on his way to making a project of remarkable woodland restoration. (Photo: WTML/ Phil Formby).

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Apple Day 2017: What to do with your apples

by Helen Jones, Engagement Officer - Observatree on 20 October 2017

As we celebrate Apple Day, find out how apple trees can benefit the wildlife in your garden and pick up some tips on what to do with leftover apples.

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