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Protecting trees and woods
Ancient woods and trees threatened by Lower Thames Crossing
We’ve been campaigning against proposals for a new tunnel between Essex and Kent since 2016. Now Highways England has developed its plans and is consulting on the changes, we need your help again.
Agroforestry benefits nature, climate and farming
Integrating trees in arable crops and livestock systems makes agroforestry a win win for sustainable food production and the natural environment.
As an extension to our long-standing partnership with Sainsbury’s, we can now offer Nectar points to new and existing Woodland Trust members. From November 2021, Nectar customers can collect Nectar points on memberships, collect additional points when buying Woodland Trust products in Sainsbury’s and donate Nectar points to help plant trees or lock up carbon
What gifts in wills have helped us achieve
When you remember us in your will, you protect the woods and trees you love for future generations. See for yourself how legacies are already making a huge difference.
A Woodland Trust Wood
Abridge Road Theydon Bois Essex
Schools and community groups urged to plant trees for Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fightback
Time is running out for schools and community groups to apply for free trees and be part of the Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fightback.
Woodland Trust response to Government's Ten Point Plan
Read our response to Government's Ten Point Plan to tackle climate change and create jobs.
Trees woods and wildlife
With its evergreen leaves, the holm oak is a bold splash of colour in the winter months. It was first introduced in the 1500s and, though it’s not as adapted as our native oaks, it supports plenty of our wildlife.
What’s the difference between a wood and a forest?
As we celebrate International Day of Forests, learn the difference between woods and forests and why they're both so important.
Why are bees important? And how you can help them
With its black and gold stripes, translucent wings and signature furry body, the bee is a common sight in woods and gardens around the world. But do you know how important this creature is to our planet, and the threats it is facing?