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Wildlife & nature

Are ripe berries a warning for wildlife?

by Hollie Anderson, PR Officer & Celebrity Liaison on 20 July 2018

Nature’s Calendar is receiving records of ripe berries – but the heatwave could spell danger for this year’s wild fruit crop, and the animals that feed on them

Eastleigh’s local plan poses big problems for ancient woods and wildlife

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 17 July 2018

Plans for thousands of houses in a Hampshire borough will cause irreparable damage to woods and wildlife says the Woodland Trust.

Last chance for schools to plant trees in 2018

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 09 July 2018

Schools wanting to green up their grounds and plant trees this autumn have just weeks to apply for free trees from the Woodland Trust.

Don't be a mug - help save trees!

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 06 July 2018

With the growing war on waste there’s never been a better time to practise the three Rs – Reduce, Re-use, Recycle.

Ten out of ten for Green Tree Schools Award

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 06 July 2018

An educational initiative which encourages teachers to take the classroom outdoors and connect children with woods and wildlife has signed up its 10,000th school.

Help us find the nation’s Tree of the Year 2018

by Natalie Stephenson, Senior PR officer on 19 June 2018

The hunt for 2018’s Tree of the Year is on! The Woodland Trust is calling for the public’s nominations to find the nation’s favourite tree.

Planners save wood pasture and parkland from destruction following Woodland Trust campaign

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 18 June 2018

Historically important wood pasture and parkland has been given a reprieve after a controversial development at Aldermaston was turned down by planners.

Lingering sense of loss revealed as First World War woods are planted

by George Anderson, PR & Communications Officer - Scotland on 18 June 2018

130 new woods have been created by landowners across the UK to mark the centenary of the First World War.

Charity counts cost of killer shrub clearance

by Andy Bond, PR & Content Manager - Partnerships on 05 June 2018

Almost £330,000 is spent annually clearing killer shrubs which plague the UK’s woods, the Woodland Trust has revealed.

Philip Pullman launches national competition

by Hollie Anderson, PR Officer & Celebrity Liaison on 23 March 2018

Renowned author to pen special piece for Woodland Trust competition winner.

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