Our vision is optimistic: a world where woods and trees thrive for people and nature. Find out how we plan to achieve this over the next decade.Explore our goals
The Woodland Trust is the UK's largest woodland conservation charity. Our vision is a world where woods and trees thrive for people and nature.
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Since 1972, we've been standing up for the UK's native woods and trees. We have 500,000 members and supporters and more than 1,000 woods of our own which are free to visit anytime.
Our head office is in Grantham, Lincolnshire and we have regional offices in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland too plus a network of volunteers all over the UK.
We create havens for wildlife by planting millions of trees every year, campaign for new laws to protect ancient woodland and restore damaged ancient woods so they can breathe again.
A world where woods and trees thrive for people and nature.
We can’t achieve it on our own. We need your help.
Our work is funded by our dedicated members and supporters, gifts in wills, grants, trusts and partners. Here we outline what we raised in the last financial period and breakdown where it came from.
Celebrating 50 years of the Woodland Trust - find out what we've achieved and how we'll make the next 50 count for woods and trees.
We were established in 1972 and we are now the UK's largest woodland conservation charity.
We all need trees, but trees need help now more than ever before. That’s where we come in.
We are the UK's largest woodland conservation charity, but were established from humble beginnings in 1972. Find out all about the man behind it all.
We create wildlife-rich woods and plant native trees to benefit nature, climate and people now and in the future.
We fight to protect woods and trees, preventing the loss of irreplaceable habitat, nature and carbon stores for a healthier future for everyone.
We bring damaged ancient woods back to life, restoring irreplaceable ecosystems to improve landscape resilience so that nature and people can thrive.
We care for over 1,000 woods, keeping them open for you to explore and enjoy. We want to inspire a love for woods and trees for generations to come.