PR Officer & Celebrity Liaison
I'm passionate about telling stories that bring our native woods to the fore. Whether that’s about getting families to explore the great outdoors, or tackling major threats and issues - it feels great to champion nature and wildlife.
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UK sourced and grown
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 28 August 2018, Tree planting
Nurseries, landowners and gardeners are being called to arms in a bid to support tree health.
Ripe berries warning for wildlife
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 20 July 2018, Volunteering, Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do, Threats
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
Philip Pullman competition
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 6 July 2018, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
Children have been creating their own woodland-inspired dæmons for a Nature Detective’s competition judged by internationally acclaimed author, Philip Pullman.
tree health resilience strategy
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 25 May 2018, Threats, Policy & influence
Proposals to consult industry on new quarantine arrangements for high-risk plants are among the measures set out in the Government’s plan to protect the UK’s precious trees.
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 21 May 2018, Threats
A major new campaign to protect the UK’s mighty oak trees from threats including pests and diseases has been officially launched by Lord Gardiner, Defra’s Biosecurity Minister.
Philip Pullman competition
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 23 March 2018, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
Renowned author to pen special piece for Woodland Trust competition winner.
Four months early - an exceptionally speedy spring!
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 1 March 2018, Wildlife & nature
The Woodland Trust’s Nature’s Calendar project has received a wave of reports, which suggest spring events are happening early.
Citizen science species decline
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 16 January 2018, Wildlife & nature
A paper published by Avian Biology Research has highlighted the importance of citizen science data and its support to analysis of species decline.
I’m dreaming of a GREEN Christmas
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 22 December 2017, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
The Woodland Trust’s Nature’s Calendar project has been receiving records of spring events such as hazel flowering and elder budburst, up to four months earlier than expected.
Blog post By Hollie Anderson, 28 November 2017, Working with partners, Threats
Observatree launched in 2015 to protect UK trees and to better our understanding of tree disease and harmful pests. 235 volunteers have been trained by a collaboration between the Woodland Trust and other environmental organisations. Over 3,000 sites have been surveyed by volunteers in just over 2 years, the project will continue to receive funding and additional support to target both new and old tree diseases.