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How to forage wild garlic and make wild garlic pesto
By Laura Cottam , 18 February 2017
,Wildlife & nature
Celebrate wild garlic season with this incredible, fresh wild garlic pesto recipe.
Government recognises need to improve ancient woodland protection
By Victoria Bankes Price , 17 February 2017
,Ancient trees, Threats, Policy & influence
The Government has responded to calls for changes to the planning system to improve protection for ancient woodland and aged and veteran trees. Find out more.
Snowdrop walks: where to see snowdrops in the UK
By Bethany Brown , 16 February 2017
,Things to do, Our woods
Head into the woods on our favourite snowdrop walks and discover one of the first signs of spring.
Showing the love at Heartwood Forest
By Sally-Ann Smurthwaite , 13 February 2017
,Threats, Our woods
Find out how our Show The Love event at Heartwood Forest went and learn more about The Climate Coalition’s campaign on climate change and what you can do to help.
15 of the UK's most romantic places
By Charlotte Varela , 12 February 2017
,Things to do
You needn’t go abroad for Valentine’s Day romance - the UK is home to some of the most breath-taking landscapes on the planet. Here are 15 that are perfect for exploring on February 14th, and beyond!
Campaigns news: record breaking number of woods under threat
By Sally-Ann Smurthwaite , 10 February 2017
,Threats, Policy & influence
The latest news from the woods under threat campaigns team including some of our biggest cases - and some really good news!
Be on the lookout: Serious disease of sweet chestnut trees hits Devon
By Matt Elliot , 10 February 2017
Plant health authorities are urging everyone to be vigilant over the coming months for a disease known as sweet chestnut blight
Bluebells may fail to flourish as warmer days speed start of spring
By Alison Kirkman , 10 February 2017
,Wildlife & nature, Threats
Carpets of English bluebells have long been a feature of spring woodlands – but the flowers may not be at their best in years to come as climates get warmer, research suggests.
Plants poisonous to dogs: what to look out for
By Fiona Granger , 9 February 2017
,Wildlife & nature
Do you know which woodland and garden plants are harmful to dogs? Find out more.
Tring Park extension - secured!
By Hollie Anderson , 9 February 2017
The Woodland Trust has purchased a 63 acre extension to Tring Park, thanks to the generosity of local people.