Policy & influence
Hundreds of you responded to the consultation on Scotland's Forestry Strategy 2019-2029. Together, we’ve improved the outlook for Scotland’s valuable woods.
Whatever the coming weeks may hold, it's clear that nature doesn't respect political and national boundaries and no one voted for a poorer environment.
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.
A review of Network Rail's lineside management has eased our earlier concerns. But we’ll be keeping a close eye on progress to make sure our precious environment is given the care and respect it deserves.
This year, our annual reception at Westminster focused on the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy and asked what else Parliamentarians can do to promote trees.
We took the vision of the Northern Forest to the Labour party conference in Liverpool and were delighted by the support and enthusiasm it attracted from delegates and top politicians.
In this month’s campaign update we’ll touch on some changes to planning law we all need to be aware of.
Councils are getting a bad reputation for managing urban trees, but it’s not always fair. Find out how Wrexham is demonstrating good practice, care and appreciation of its street trees.