Our ambitious new project will create a forest stretching from Liverpool to Hull, benefiting people and wildlife.
The Woodland Trust has been forced to add security to a Kent woodland to deal with anti social behaviour caused by ghost hunters and vandals. The move has set the Trust back nearly £50,000 – money that should be spent on conservation.
A new study from the Met Office has used Nature's Calendar data to look at the impact of warming springs on budburst in native trees.
A development proposed by Eastleigh Borough Council in Hampshire may impact on two Woodland Trust woods.
We've been able to improve one of our well-loved woods in Surrey thanks to a £15,000 grant.
Persistent issues are forcing the Trust to close Uffmoor Wood near Halesowen, a well used wood in the West Midlands.
Read our concerns about a planning application for a 'piggery' next to our Ragpath Wood in County Durham.