Jun 21 2019

Welcome to Lucy!

June sees us see au revoir to Volunteer Development Officer, Anna Claxton, who is off on maternity leave from Friday 21st June, planning to return in March 2020. This is very exciting and we are delighted to welcome Lucy Shea to look after all things...

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Jun 20 2019

Going wild in Kent (or when you’ve got an itch that just needs scratching…)

[video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="https://whittle.woodlandtrust.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Badger-sitting-scratching.mp4"][/video]   Thanks to Tim Hewke, Wildlife Monitor (and Warden) in Kent for this fab video! Bet the badger felt good afterwards!   Thanks also to Kentish Warden, Rob Lyne, for some more stunning flora findings. This time, we can enjoy pictures of greater butterfly orchids and...

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Jun 20 2019

The Water of Life

After a night of heavy rain, yet another Dartmoor deluge, I’m waiting in the Postbridge car park to meet David Leach. He is the Dartmoor Peatland Restoration Project Officer and, after introductions, we get kitted up for a two-mile trudge in full waterproofs to check...

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Jun 14 2019

Observatree Training in Wales – 7 June 2019

Observatree Training in Wales - 7 June 2019 What is Observatree? Observatree is an award winning collaborative project between Forest Research, Forestry England, Scottish Forestry, APHA, Defra, Fera Science Ltd, the National Trust, Natural Resources Wales and the Woodland Trust. Using citizen science the project aims to...

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