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Why should teachers take the classroom outdoors?
By Dee Smith , 14 May 2017
,Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do
18 May is Outdoor Classroom Day. We take a look at the benefits of getting children out from behind their desks.
Nature boost for thousands of children
By Andy Bond , 5 March 2017
,Working with partners
We've recruited new Woodland learning officers to inspire a connection between school children and nature.
Centenary Wood gets welcome boost
By Kaye Coates , 17 January 2017
Northern Ireland’s Centenary Wood is growing – upwards and outwards. We’ve added a new piece to our landscape jigsaw. Find out more.
Local children create First World War legacy at Coed Ffos Las
By Heini Evans , 12 January 2017
An update to how the First World War legacy in Wales is going, as we head towards the 100th Anniversary of the First World War.
Thank you for a great 2016!
By Beccy Speight , 22 December 2016
We'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who has supported our work in 2016. Find out more about what we've achieved and how you played your part.
Endangered animals in the UK and how you can help them
By Nick Atkinson , 12 December 2016
,Wildlife & nature
Extinctions of the past can and should be undone – big fierce animals might be off limits but there’s plenty more to go at.
Planting Morewoods in Burton-On-Trent
By Owen Pugh , 12 December 2016
A local school leading the way on tree planting, combating climate change and flooding in one afternoon’s work.
Stars urge people to turn their cards into trees
By Andy Bond , 30 November 2016
,Working with partners, Things to see and do
Five celebrities are backing our annual call to the public to recycle their Christmas cards - and help plant trees. Find out more.
Flexing our muscles to save pearl mussels
By George Anderson , 18 November 2016
The Scottish Crown Jewels contain freshwater pearls, but the mussels that made them are now critically endangered. Planting trees is one of the measures being taken to save them, and we are helping.
From little acorns
By Dee Smith , 11 November 2016
,Things to see and do, Tree planting
Over the last few weeks, hundreds of lovingly packaged acorns have been arriving at our office. But these are no ordinary acorns.