Book a talk

Beech wood in autumn.

Our network of volunteer speakers offer talks about woodland, wildlife and the importance of the work we do (Photo: K Leslie/WTML)

Our volunteer speakers are critical to our success. They inspire and raise awareness about what we do and how important the UK’s woodlands are.

Talking Trees

Our volunteer speakers are passionate about our cause and love to go out and talk about what we do in their community. They aim to inspire and raise awareness about the importance and value of woods and trees, and the work of the Woodland Trust. From community groups and social clubs to conservation societies and businesses our speakers can offer fascinating insight.

Join us on a visual journey and learn more about why UK woodland is so important, why we need to protect and restore what we have, and why we need to plant more.

Talks can last up to 45 minutes with time for questions afterwards. Speakers can provide information for audience members to take away.

Our talks are free but we are always grateful to receive a donation towards our cause at the end of the talk.

Book now

To arrange a talk, you can book online, call 0330 333 3300 or email speaker@woodlandtrust.org.uk.