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The Woodland Trust
3 hours 30 minutes ago. Facebook
There are varied opportunities across the Trust and, no matter what your role is, you will have the chance to develop your career as well as get out and about in our woods. Apply now at [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
“A Tale of Trees is the untold story of how we nearly lost our greatest national treasure. It’s a story of tragedy and heroism, ingenuity and blindness, a powerful reminder of our essential connection with land. And it will inspire the reader to go out and explore the precious ancient woods that remain, and delight in their richness.”

It’s true, ancient woodland is a rich and beautiful...
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Looking to climb some trees this Christmas? Make sure you have Jack Cooke's Tree Climber's guide!

In this charming, witty and exquisitely illustrated companion, Jack Cooke explores the city through its canopy; teetering on the edge of an oak’s branches, scurrying up a Scots pine, spying views from the treetops that few have ever had the chance to see. He takes us through the parks, over the...
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The Woodland Trust
yesterday at 15:00. Facebook
Mistletoe is an evergreen plant with distinctive forked branches and paired symmetrical evergreen leaves, which is smothered in pearlescent white berries through the winter months. There are many species of mistletoe found around the globe, but Viscum album, commonly known as European mistletoe, is the one we tend to associate with midwinter and Christmas tradition.

But where does mistletoe...
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The Woodland Trust
yesterday at 12:00. Facebook
"To mourn a tree as if it were human is understandable, even natural. There are ways, after all, that trees really are like us. We appear to share a basic body plan, with thick structures stabilising us on the ground and thinner limbs reaching into space."

Freelance writer Gabriel Popkin investigates the death of the Basking Ridge oak tree in the USA and asks the question - why do people feel...
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The Woodland Trust
yesterday at 09:00. Facebook
Winter can be an excellent time of year to get close up views of birds visiting your garden for food, water and shelter. It also provides an exciting opportunity to see some species which are only here during the winter months.

Following the breeding season and autumn migration the community of birds in your garden may be different to what it has been over the summer months. As well as our...
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The Woodland Trust
12/07/2016 at 16:00. Facebook
Dedicate a tree or woodland this Christmas.

It's a gift that helps wildlife as well as woods and trees and is the perfect way to remember a loved one or celebrate a special event.

Do good with your gift when you dedicate single trees, acres or even personalised benches and grove posts in a selection of woods around the UK.

Find out more here: [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/07/2016 at 10:30. Facebook
Our Director of Conservation, Austin Brady, appears on BBC Farming Today talking about low planting rates, deforestation, Ancient Woodland loss and our 64 Million Tree aim.

Our piece starts at 8 minutes: [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/07/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
Time is almost up to show us why autumn woods and trees are important to you.

Each one of your photos tells a story and will help us build the Charter for Trees, Woods and People. Share yours and claim your exclusive Tree Charter pin badge!

Find out how to enter at [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/06/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Have you been recording winter as it creeps across the nation with #NaturesCalendar?

Our species of the week this week is the bare horse chestnut tree. We have had 98 records so far this autumn.

Don't forget to let us know if horse chestnuts near your have lost all their leaves: [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/06/2016 at 15:00. Facebook
Over the last 19 years over half a billion Christmas cards have been collected and 245,000 trees have been planted by us through the Christmas Card Recycling scheme.

This year, for every 1,000 cards dropped in to Marks and Spencer stores for recycling throughout January 2017, a new tree will be planted in the UK.

You can find out more at: [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/06/2016 at 13:00. Facebook
Searching for Christmas cards for your friends and family?

We have a range of Christmas cards available from our shop, with designs including British wildlife, gorgeous illustrations, and snowy woodland scenes. You can look through our Christmas card range at [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/06/2016 at 11:30. Facebook
Help us save the trees at Aldermaston Park!

The trees of Aldermaston Park are under threat from a proposed housing development. A planning application has been submitted to West Berkshire council for a proposed housing development which will cause the loss of veteran trees and threaten the future of the ancient trees, which are shown to be retained.

We need you to join us in calling on West...
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The Woodland Trust
12/06/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
“We think we are losing trees faster than we are planting them. It is difficult to say exactly because the government does not hold records of all trees felled. But technically, we may be in a state of deforestation."

Our conservation director talks about the lack of tree planting in England, and how we are losing our native and ancient woodland. Find out more at [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/06/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
Can you help us buy the missing piece in the jigsaw of Tring Park?

We’re excited about a piece of land which has recently come up for sale that could revolutionise access to Tring Park, link it to a neighbouring patch of ancient woodland and create a valuable wildlife corridor to enable species to move into the wider countryside. Find out how you can help at [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/05/2016 at 17:15. Facebook
Here's an interesting fact: the UK loses 2.9m tonnes of topsoil every year.

That's staggering – this is the farmer’s most precious resource being lost, but the sediment and nitrate, phosphate and pesticide that can accompany it are a cost to our wildlife and a cost to anyone who pays a water bill as water companies have to pay for expensive filtration to try and reduce the problem.

So how...
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The Woodland Trust
12/05/2016 at 15:00. Facebook
In winter, woods take on a whole new character; autumnal hues fade making way for spectacular, frosty landscapes. Perfect for enjoying nature’s sights and sounds while burning off some of those festive mince pie calories!

We've picked out a few of the best winter woodlands across the country. So pull on your boots, get outside and enjoy the winter wonderland: [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]
The Woodland Trust
12/05/2016 at 12:00. Facebook
#MondayMotivation

What motivates you? Seeing snow settle on the trees? Watching frost creep through the grass? Share your stories with us at [ Woodlandtru.st Link ] or leave us a tale in the comments below.

This beautiful photo was taken in Kilcooley Wood. Image credit: Peter Lyons
The Woodland Trust
12/05/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
"The first tree I ever remember was a beautiful sprawling pink Horse Chestnut in the park at the bottom of our road."

You can read more of Julie's story and other stories at [ Woodlandtru.st Link ]

Remember to share your stories with our #TreeCharter site or in the comments below!
The Woodland Trust
12/04/2016 at 18:00. Facebook
We’re extending an invitation to get your hands dirty!

We have a bold aim – to plant 64 million trees by 2025 – and we need you to be part of the movement. As a Woodland Trust member you’re protecting our precious ancient woodland, creating new woodland and safeguarding habitats for threatened wildlife. Not only that, but you’ll receive a free rowan sapling with membership, so you can get...
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