Woodland Walks podcast with Adam Shaw and Clare Nasir
In our latest lockdown episode, we meet Clare Nasir, the face of Channel 5 weather and a best-selling author. She shares her views on climate change, weather and being wild about the countryside. She also treats us to a tour of Lindow Common near her home in Wilmslow, Cheshire, where she enjoys walking her dog every day.
Credit: Clare Nasir
The nature reserve is special to Clare. Featuring woodland, heathland, peatland and a lake, she admires the small differences in nature every day - something many of us have noticed more during lockdown - as well as the site's important role in capturing carbon and fighting climate change. For Clare, the area is an escape from working at home, a place to slow down and relish every moment.
New to the podcast?
Don’t miss our previous episodes, including:
- England’s largest new native wood at Heartwood
- Loch Arkaig, an ancient Scotland pine forest
- how trees are making a difference on a Nottinghamshire farm
- Ben Shieldaig, a great example of Scotland’s rainforest
- the urban woods and trees of Leeds
- Joyden’s Wood, a tranquil ancient wood close to London
- the Trust’s largest site in England – Smithills Estate
- the new young people’s forest at Mead
- special tree-themed interviews with celebrities and staff.
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I am keen to hear from you as well – so if you have a favourite woodland walk, do tell me about it in a short email or if you can, make a 5 minute or so recording of your own walk and we may feature your woodland walk in a future podcast.
I’ll be off on another woodland walk soon. Hope you can join me.
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