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Expert advice: 4 essential dog obedience commands to teach your dog
By Fiona Granger , 26 June 2017
,Things to see and do
Keep your dog safe and make the most of your woodland walk with some basic obedience skills.
Foraging in June: edible flowers, plants and herbs
By Helen Keating , 22 June 2017
,Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
From fresh flowers and tender leaves to crisp seeds, here are some edible plants to forage in June. Get tips on how to use them to make interesting and delicious food and drinks.
Campaigns update: Two ancient woods safe but more face destruction
By Sally-Ann Smurthwaite , 10 June 2017
Read all about the campaigns team’s latest news including an update on the fracking situation, local campaigning and some more good news. It’s not all doom and gloom.
PhDs we support: sheep and trees
By Christine Tansey , 30 May 2017
Find out about Pip Jones’ PhD work on the role that trees can play on farms, by providing shelter for sheep. Find out where an electric sheep’s data logger is kept, and how many turnips are involved in her research!
How to identify elderflower and what to do with it
By Helen Keating , 23 May 2017
,Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do
If you want to dip your toe into the world of foraging then elderflowers are a great place to start. Get our top identification tips , with ideas and recipes on how to use elderflower.
Benefits of walking: why you should get out this weekend
By Charlotte Varela , 22 May 2017
When was the last time you went for a walk? Discover the physical, mental and environmental benefits of walking and get outdoors this weekend.
9 ways to help your dog lose weight
By Asha Clearwater , 10 May 2017
,Wildlife & nature
Worried that your pet has piled on the pounds? Follow our nine ways to help your dog lose weight with advice from the PFMA (Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association) and NOAH (National Office of Animal Health).
15,000 reasons to ‘Save Our Ancients’
By Kaye Brennan , 4 May 2017
,Policy & influence
The latest news in our campaign to change planning policy
Help us protect and enhance your street trees
By Joseph Coles , 10 April 2017
We have developed a Street Trees Celebration Starter Kit to help you build community relations, ensure that your trees are valued by everyone and celebrate these precious members of society.
Sheep and trees: how to improve sheep farming
By Dee Smith , 4 April 2017
We’re hitting the road to talk to sheep farmers about the benefits of trees to their flock’s health – and we’re being joined by two very special woolly guests.