Jan 08 2019

Keeping it real in the farm team

The Woodland Trust farming team got straight down to business in the New Year with a wonderfully productive two days at the Oxford Real Farming Conference.   Now in its tenth year the event is growing in popularity and stature and for the second consecutive year attracted...

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Dec 27 2018

Woodwise – latest edition

This issue focuses on species reintroductions for conservation - an increasingly important way to restore parts of the ecosystem that have been lost.   Find out why it can be important to reintroduce species, what needs to be considered, and learn about some amazing reintroduction projects happening...

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Dec 24 2018

A word from Sarah

I'd like to wish you a very happy Christmas from everyone at the Woodland Trust. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication in 2018, we literally could not do our important work for woods and trees without you!   We've achieved so much in 2018...

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Nov 15 2018

Recent safeguarding communication

An email or letter will be sent to all volunteers over the next week with regards to the safeguarding policy and changes we have recently made.   You may recall we reviewed and updated our safeguarding policy earlier this year to ensure it is fit for purpose...

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Nov 13 2018

And the winners are…

2018 saw a massive 100 nominations across the different categories in our Volunteer Awards. These nominations were excellent and the panel of Trust Directors had a hard time whittling them down to just three shortlisted volunteers per category. The National Volunteering Team and a volunteer...

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Nov 07 2018

Rabies in Bats

Classical rabies is an acute viral encephalomyelitis caused by several members of the Rhabdoviridae family. It transmits through infected saliva, via bites or scratches from rabid animals (in particular dogs). Because it is almost invariably fatal once symptoms develop, rabies still poses a significant public...

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