Some of the UK's oldest trees have been around for hundreds or even thousands of years. But just because you’re old it doesn’t mean you’re protected.
Don't be put off by short days and cold, damp weather. There are still some foraging treats to brighten your days. Here are some favourites.
Roedd yr wythnos cyn Sul y Cofio yn un bwysig i Goedwig Canmlwyddiant Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf yng Nghymru, ac fe wahoddodd Coed Cadw (Woodland Trust) bawb sydd â diddordeb i ddod draw i weld digwyddiad unigryw yn y Senedd yng Nghaerdydd.
The week running up to Armistice Day is an important one for Wales’ First World War Centenary Wood, and the Woodland Trust (Coed Cadw) invited members of the public to come along and witness a one-off event at the Senedd.
Nature offers a fantastic and easily accessible resource which promotes our physical and mental health. Find out how Heli Gittens' research is making the connection between woodland and wellbeing.
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.
The clocks have gone back, the nights are drawing in and the first frosts are already occurring, so it really feels like winter is on its way. What does this mean for our hedgehogs and other woodland wildlife?
Our top foraging finds for October with top tips on where to find, when and how to use them.