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The Northern Forest
The North of England has significantly less woodland cover than the rest of the country, but not for much longer. With our partners we are planting 50 million trees and transforming the landscape of northern England.
Shelter boosts lamb survival rate - planting trees for sheep farming
Planting trees as shelter for livestock on upland farms can protect animals from harsh weather, improving welfare and reducing lamb mortality.
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We're helping Premier's clients combat their carbon emissions by planting trees.
The UK needs more trees. We plant millions of native trees every year, but planting is just one way to help the UK's woodlands expand. Allowing nature to take its course is also an effective and efficient method of getting more trees in the ground.
Trees for Tom
Captain Sir Tom Moore united and inspired the nation. By planting trees with the Trust, his family wish to honour his love of nature and create a brighter future. Pay tribute by donating.
A new Northern Forest - planting 50 million trees across the North of England
Our plan to plant 50 million trees across the North of England, transforming the landscape to make it more resilient, beautiful and prosperous.
Planting trees to remember Captain Sir Tom Moore
Captain Sir Tom Moore was an inspiration for the nation. We're honoured his family involved us in the Trees for Tom project to remember him.
Our MOREhedges scheme includes saplings, advice and funding for new hedging projects more than 100 metres long,
Protecting trees and woods
Councils need trees and woods to fight climate change
More than half of our local authorities have declared a climate emergency. Planting more trees and protecting those they already have is key. We’re here to help.