May 21 2019

New: Woodland Trust Podcasts

The new Woodland Trust podcast is now available on iTunes! Please tune in, whether on the morning commute, cooking dinner or pottering about in the garden… Our debut series, ‘Woodland Walks’, will let listeners explore some of the greatest woods, forests and sites in the Woodland...

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Apr 28 2019

Zoonotic infections – know the signs

Zoonotic Infections are organisms that can pass naturally between different animals and humans. They range in severity from nuisance to life threatening.   There are a wide range of circumstances where Trust staff, volunteers and guests can be exposed to these risks – practical work on pasture...

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Apr 02 2019

How can we create forests fit for the future?

The latest issue of Wood Wise, our tree and woodland conservation magazine, reflects on what woodland ecologists have learned about natural processes and woodland management. We must build on and apply this learning to how we manage our woods and nurture healthy, resilient wooded landscapes...

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Mar 29 2019

Tall order for woodland creation

We've been working with a Hampshire zoo to plant more than 7,000 trees on its farmland to benefit both its zoo animals and British wildlife.   Once the eight-acre woodland begins to mature at Marwell Zoo, animals such as giraffe, okapi and bongo will enjoy a plentiful...

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Mar 09 2019

Have you had your say?

You have only 2 days left to give your views in the Investing in Volunteers survey which is helping us shape the future of volunteering at the Woodland Trust. It's really important that we hear from as many current volunteers as possible so please follow the link below and answer...

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