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Our conservation principles and approach
A policy paper outlining the Woodland Trust’s six key principles for conservation in our own woods, when we work with others, and across all our activities.
London Environment Strategy Consultation - response from the Woodland Trust
The Woodland Trust welcomes the recognition of the importance of trees for health and wellbeing and proposals to plant more in the draft London Environment Strategy.
Wood Wise – nature inspires education
The autumn 2017 issue of Wood Wise focuses on how connecting with nature can educate and inspire the environmental guardians and conservationists of the future.
Timber products from ancient woodland restoration - from PAWS to floors
A case study demonstrating how one woodland owner is making restoration pay its way – by using extracted timber for flooring in a factory renovation project.
O lawr y goedwig i lawr y tŷ - cynhyrchu defnyddiau coed trwy adfer coetir hynafol
Mae Ray a Jeannie Turner wedi bod yn berchen ar Goed y Galchog a hynny ers 11 mlynedd. Heb gymorth grantiau, mae rhaid i dirfeddianwyr edrych am ffyrdd mwy creadigol i sicrhau fod adfer coetir yn talu amdano’i hun.
The role of trees outside woods - their ecological and landscape benefits
A report on the many ecological and landscape benefits offered by copses, hedgerows, lone trees and orchards in the UK, and why their protection is so important.
Maximising the benefits of woods and trees for local authorities
This document provides guidance and advice for local government to better achieve its environmental ambitions.
Fixing our broken housing market: the Woodland Trust's response to the Housing White Paper
The Woodland Trust’s response to the Housing White Paper calls for updates to the National Planning Policy Framework to improve ancient woodland protection.
Wood Wise – beguiling beetles
The summer 2017 issue of Wood Wise celebrates the UK’s tree-associated beetles, looking at their ecological requirements and their relationship with tree diseases.
Tree health: biosecurity and plant imports – the Woodland Trust's position
The Woodland Trust believes it is far more practical and cost-effective to prevent tree pest and diseases from entering the UK than to deal with an outbreak.