Project Lead - Charter for Trees, Woods and People
As part of the Campaigns team at the Woodland Trust, my job is to stick up for trees and I love finding creative ways to remind people how amazing and important these beautiful beings are.
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A legacy in the landscape
Blog post By Matt Larsen-Daw, 1 December 2017, Policy & influence, Threats
Carved poles fashioned from solid British oak have started to spring up at key sites across the UK, conveying a clear message – the Principles of the Tree Charter must not be forgotten. (Photo: WTML)
Tree Charter Branches: Sowing seeds of change
Blog post By Matt Larsen-Daw, 28 November 2017, Policy & influence, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
The Tree Charter draws its strength from the grassroots. Learn how you can play a role in delivering the 10 Tree Charter Principles.
Come together - right now - over trees!
Blog post By Matt Larsen-Daw, 25 November 2017, Policy & influence
It’s National Tree Week – the annual opportunity to remind everyone in society that trees make our lives better, but only if we stand up for them. Find out what’s special about the first NTW since the launch of the Tree Charter, and how you can get involved.
Charter - Arts in residency
Blog post By Matt Larsen-Daw, 3 November 2017, Policy & influence, Things to see and do
Over Summer and Autumn 2017, the Tree Charter Arts Programme has been running. There have been eight artist-in-residence positions around the UK, and an arts and heritage trail for families to enjoy. The aim of these residencies is to connect people and trees, and teach everyone about the Tree Charter. Find out how they’ve been getting on.
Tree Charter arts in residency: enter a forest of the imagination
Blog post By Matt Larsen-Daw, 7 July 2017, Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do
Trees and woods continue to inspire us today, and the trail includes eight art residencies that will take place over this Summer to create new work that explores our modern connections to trees and woods.
Branch out and dress a tree
Blog post By Matt Larsen-Daw, 4 December 2015, Things to see and do
Last weekend, hundreds of people turned out on a cold and rainy day in The Spinney, a community woodland in Lincolnshire, to do celebrate Tree Dressing Day.
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