The Woodland Trust has completed its purchase of Mead - the site of the UK’s first young People’s Forest.
Today we have launched TRUSTwoods, a new grant scheme to help landowners get trees in the ground.
Cotton grass is the symbol of recovery at Winter Hill - one year on from the fire which swept through Woodland Trust-owned land near Bolton.
Tree planting statistics released today show the scale of the challenge in meeting the Government's net zero emissions target, says the Woodland Trust.
Farmers and landowners are being offered the chance to be part of the vast new Northern Forest with heavily subsidized tree-planting incentives.
With cases of tree disease on the increase, the Woodland Trust is offering landowners visiting the Suffolk Show the opportunity to claim a special tree pack to help strengthen the rural landscape.
The Committee on Climate Change’s report published today outlines the stark increase in woodland expansion needed to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Wales’ former National Poet, Gillian Clarke, has been busy planting trees at her smallholding. And thanks to the Welsh Government’s Glastir Woodland Creation scheme, all farmers and landowners are being encouraged follow her example.
The Ancient Woodland Inventory for England is to get a radical overhaul to enable changes in national planning policy to be properly implemented.
The Woodland Trust (Coed Cadw) has welcomed a statement by Lesley Griffiths, Wales’ Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, in which she pledged to “accelerate woodland creation” and to progress the First Minister’s commitment to create a new national forest for Wales.