Woodland Trust Blog

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Working together to treasure our special places

by Andy Bond, PR & Content Manager - Partnerships on 23 February 2018

We're working with the National Trust to link up our Londonthorpe Wood site in Grantham with Belton House, one of the Midlands’ most visited attractions.

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Upping our game: our conservation principles refreshed

by Christine Reid, Head of Conservation on 23 February 2018

Our Conservation Principles and Approach have evolved to meet the challenges of our time. Join us on the journey towards a UK rich in native woods and trees for people and wildlife.

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Foraging in February: mushrooms, nettles and early flowers

by Helen Keating, Content Manager on 22 February 2018

Even in February, green shoots and early spring flowers are starting to appear. And they’re growing quickly. Here are some spring plants and winter fungi to look out for.

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Feeding wild birds: what, how, when and why

by Amy Lewis, Content Editor on 22 February 2018

Winter can be a difficult time for wildlife. Temperatures plummet and food becomes difficult to find. Find out when and what to feed garden birds.

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Inspiring our future foresters

by Jenny Everitt, Contributor on 21 February 2018

Inspiring our future foresters in some of the best local woodlands, Teaching Trees provides free curriculum linked outdoor education sessions to primary schools.

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The value of trees to farming

by Frances Winder, Conservation Policy Lead on 20 February 2018

Michael Gove has repeated his views that trees, woods and hedges are an integral part of the future for farming.

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What happens to tree seeds at the Millennium Seed Bank?

by Martha Boalch, Citizen Science Officer on 20 February 2018

We take a closer look at what happens to the tree seeds our volunteers send to the Millennium Seed Bank for the UK National Tree Seed Project.

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Farmers unite to green up the Glens

by Kaye Coates, Communications Officer - Northern Ireland on 19 February 2018

One of Northern Ireland’s most iconic landscapes is in the limelight thanks to a five-year project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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Farming with trees

by David Rose, Farmer on 16 February 2018

Read the fourth in the collection of essays we presented to policymakers at a reception at the Houses of Parliament in December 2017.

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Ashes to ashes: the inevitable impact of ash dieback

by Vincent Crump, Consultant editor on 15 February 2018

As deadly dieback grips Britain, the sun is setting on many of our 128 million ash trees. The latest issue of Broadleaf tells how we are fighting back – and how you can help.

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