The future is looking brighter for Scotland’s woods after an amendment to the Planning Bill was passed on 20 June.
Lichen can be very visible on branches and bark at this time of year. They can be really difficult to identify, but here are seven common lichens that grow on trees.
As if HS2 wasn’t enough, another huge infrastructure project is now threatening our ancient woods: the Oxford-Cambridge development project.
In a change from our usual transport challenges, this month we have two cases where farms have been proposed right next to ancient woodland.
We’re working with the Royal Town Planning Institute to help planners understand the value of ancient woods and trees and how they can help.
The revised National Planning Policy Framework was published today and with it the fate of ancient woodland, ancient and veteran trees in England has changed for the better!
The great British oak is woven into our islands’ DNA. In the face of disease and environmental threats, the nation is rising to its defence.