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The benefits of integrating trees on livestock farms
A research report on how tree planting supports livestock farms and animal welfare by improving water quality, preventing soil erosion and providing shelter.
Resources and activities for schools
All of our KS1 and KS2 resources can be found in Tree Tools for Schools – our online learning hub. Tried and tested by teachers, these activities include tree planting, wildlife identification, nature crafts and lots more.
Improve livestock health and wellbeing
David Brass, CEO of The Lakes Free Range Egg Company, has seen improvements in animal health as well as commercial benefits for his farm after planting trees.
The benefits of integrating trees on arable farms
A research report on how tree planting supports farm production through reduced soil erosion, water conservation and climate change resilience.
Can I plant flowers in my wood?
A woodland coated in wildflowers is truly magical, but what are the do's and don'ts of planting flowers in a wood?
Read the latest news from the Woodland Trust including our woods, conservation, campaigns, our work with government, tree planting and much more.
What is air pollution and what can I do to help?
In the UK around 40,000 deaths a year are linked to air pollution. Trees in urban areas can improve air quality. You can help by getting involved in tree planting, and defending the trees we already have.
Agroforestry for timber, coppice and nuts
A case study of a mixed farm planting trees to improve low soil fertility, increase wildlife and provide woodfuel and cobnuts, diversifying their produce.
Policy and practice
We work to influence government and policymakers to secure stronger protection for our valued woods and trees, and to reverse the decline in tree cover by creating better incentives for planting.
Our longest standing partner, with over 17 years working together and planting over 4 million trees across the UK. A hugely successful partnership, based on the simple fact that chickens are happier and healthier under the shelter of trees.