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Discovering more about dormice at Fingle
By Eleanor Lewis , 27 April 2017
,Volunteering, Wildlife & nature
Watch our short film for a glimpse of one of Fingle’s most charismatic creatures and see the wonderful work our volunteers are doing to protect them.
Growing the future once more: our priorities for parliament
By James Cooper , 27 April 2017
,Policy & influence
With a General Election around the corner, we lay out our priorities for the new Parliament
What are the effects of global warming in the UK?
By Nick Atkinson , 18 April 2017
,Wildlife & nature, Threats
Climate change is and will continue to affect the UK’s wildlife, but trees can play a vital role in helping both mitigate and adapt.
Campaigns update: some big wins and wildlife under threat
By Sally-Ann Smurthwaite , 13 April 2017
,Threats, Policy & influence
Sometimes good news comes all at once, like buses! Read about this month's victories, Woods Under Threat cases and learn more about the work we're doing to protect ancient woodland and special trees, as well as how you can help.
Are bluebells protected? And five other bluebell facts
By Helen Keating , 12 April 2017
,Wildlife & nature
Spring is here and it’s time to go bluebell spotting. Get to know them better with our top bluebell facts.
New Nationwide wood for Northern Ireland
By Andy Bond , 11 April 2017
,Working with partners
Nationwide is helping us create a new wood in the beautiful Faughan Valley, Northern Ireland.
HS2 Phase 2: more ancient woodland threatened
By Alison Kirkman , 8 April 2017
,Threats, Policy & influence, Ancient trees
Our analysis of route proposals for Phase 2a and 2b of HS2 shows that a minimum of 24 irreplaceable ancient woods will be impacted.
Brimmon Oak is runner-up in European Tree of the Year
By Chris Hickman , 22 March 2017
,Our woods, Ancient trees, Wildlife & nature
Our Welsh entry in European Tree of the Year, the Brimmon Oak has finished in 2nd place, our best ever finish!
Ancient woodlands are exceptional: give them ‘exceptional' protection
By Austin Brady , 19 March 2017
,Policy & influence
The Government have accepted the need to change planning policy in England to give increased protection for ancient woodland. Their proposals don’t go far enough but we do have a real chance to push them further to make a truly lasting change.
Wood fuel can be good for wildlife
By Dean Kirkland , 19 March 2017
,Wildlife & nature, Ancient trees
Producing wood fuel can help to protect ancient woodlands, so buying wood fuel can have several benefits