Growing up all I ever cared about was getting outside, running around and climbing trees. It’s what I’m passionate about and it’s why I love campaigning to protect and conserve trees and woods for future generations.
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Why do we need trees?
Blog post By Jack Taylor, 8 December 2017, Wildlife & nature
Trees are invaluable to us and the environment – find out some of the reasons why and how you can help to protect them.
M4: Exploring the woods around Newport
Blog post By Jack Taylor, 13 October 2016, Threats, Our woods, Policy & influence
We've recently been informed that the public inquiry for the M4 Corridor around Newport has been pushed back six months. Find out more about the developments as well as our trip to the woods under threat near Newport.
Smithy Wood gets some TLC
Blog post By Jack Taylor, 14 September 2016, Threats, Policy & influence
Local campaigners and Trust staff headed to the threatened Smithy Wood in Sheffield to give it some much-needed TLC in the form of a litter pick. The locals showed their commitment to saving this beautiful wood and we cleared quite a variety of litter.
Herefordshire Council: Judge, jury and executioner
Blog post By Jack Taylor, 8 June 2016, Threats
On 6 June, Herefordshire Council played the part of judge, jury and executioner to a T when they approved their application for the Herefordshire Southern Link Road. Find out more and our reaction.
Almost 10 hectares of ancient woodland saved... for now
Blog post By Jack Taylor, 23 October 2015, Threats
Test Valley Borough Council refuses planning permission for the construction of 300 houses on almost 10 hectares of ancient woodland.
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