I produce content to highlight and support the work we do with partners to stand up for trees. I am passionate about the UK's woodlands and the wildlife they contain.
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A living legacy: Woodland Trust & Sainsbury’s remember WW1 fallen
Blog post By James Martin, 20 March 2018, Working with partners
An avenue of cherry trees has been planted at Langley Vale Wood to commemorate the many Sainsbury's colleagues killed in the First World War.
Hazel dormouse: nests, identification and protection
Blog post By James Martin, 3 March 2018,
Everything you need to know about these increasingly-rare rodents that depend on woodland to survive.
Moto and school kids show planting power
Blog post By James Martin, 13 February 2018, Working with partners
Our partner the Moto In The Community Trust has helped school children in Reading and Tamworth to plant more than 200 trees.
The UK's extinct animals: can we bring them back?
Blog post By James Martin, 5 February 2018, Wildlife & nature
Lynx went extinct in the UK over 1,000 years ago, but plans for a trial reintroduction of the species are currently under government consultation. Find out if any other species could return from extinction and learn about those that already have.
Environmentally-friendly gardening: 10 top tips
Blog post By James Martin, 5 January 2018, Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do
Need a new year's resolution? Why not make your garden more environmentally friendly? We've put together ten tips on how you can make your own space that little bit greener. (Photo: Jill Jennings/WTML)
Sainsbury's 3 million trees
Blog post By James Martin, 21 December 2017, Working with partners
The Woodland Trust's partnership with Sainsbury's has achieved a historic milestone, as the number of trees planted through the relationship reached three million.
Animal Tracks: Snow Print Identification
Blog post By James Martin, 7 December 2017, Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do
A fresh coat of snow reveals the footprints of the secretive animals that call our woodland home. Learn how to identify some of the tracks you're likely to see in your local wood. (iStock/sduben)
Blog post By James Martin, 23 November 2017,
Are you an M&S shopper? You can provide extra support to the Woodland Trust by heading to your local store this weekend.
Life cycle of a plant: seeds, shoots and roots
Blog post By James Martin, 21 November 2017,
Do you know where plants come from? Be it beautiful woodland bluebells or the grass on your garden lawn, every plant you see has a fascinating story to tell. (WTML)
Blog post By James Martin, 13 November 2017, Working with partners
This year’s event attracted a record number of visitors. Find out what we did at the show and whether you won our exclusive competition.