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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UK winter wildlife quiz: true or false?
Blog post By James Martin, 26 November 2018, Wildlife & nature
How much do you know about what our wildlife gets up to in winter?
Christmas cards and trees: what to buy and how to recycle
Blog post By James Martin, 22 November 2018, Working with partners
Find out what you should think about when buying Christmas cards and trees and how to recycle them when the celebrations are over.
Free trees for your town: get planting with our new urban tree packs
Blog post By James Martin, 1 November 2018, Tree planting
You don't have to be in the countryside to plant a tree. Find out how you can get planting in your town or city.
What is habitat fragmentation and what does it mean for our wildlife?
Blog post By James Martin, 16 August 2018, Wildlife & nature, Tree planting
Did you know that habitat fragmentation is one of the greatest threats to wildlife globally? Find out what it means and how it affects UK species like the dormouse.
Eight best wildlife walks in Northern Ireland
Blog post By James Martin, 1 August 2018, Wildlife & nature
From magical woodland to rugged coasts, discover some of the best spots to take a stroll and see wildlife in Northern Ireland.
The Oldest Tree in the UK: How Long Do Trees Live?
Blog post By James Martin, 28 June 2018, Ancient trees
Learn the identity of the UK's oldest tree and discover why ancient trees are such an important part of our landscape.
Trees of the World Cup: from the old man of the water to the oak
Blog post By James Martin, 22 June 2018, Wildlife & nature
Did you know that Brazil was named after a tree? Or that Mexico is home to the world's widest tree? Discover the role that trees play in the national identity of some of the countries competing at the World Cup.
Biodiversity: what does it mean and why should we care?
Blog post By James Martin, 22 May 2018, Ancient trees, Wildlife & nature
Find out why biodiversity is so important and how you can help protect it. (Photo: David Whitaker)
Blog post By James Martin, 17 May 2018, Tree planting
You can reduce your carbon footprint by helping to plant trees with the Woodland Trust.
Trees on the Dee: Woodland Trust helps Sainsbury’s get planting
Blog post By James Martin, 3 May 2018, Working with partners
We donated close to 1,000 trees to be planted as part of Responsible Business Week.