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We're delighted that Regional Representative nominations for the Tree Warden Pilot Advisory Group are now open.
Yesterday the Environment Secretary Michael Gove published the first draft of the Environment Bill that is to be introduced next year.
This year’s National Tree Week was brimming with fabulous events across the country and the staff here at The Tree Council rolled up their sleeves and helped out with as many events as we could. From tree planting in Suffolk, Hadley Wood, Portsmouth and Eastleigh, to the Action Oak book launch, the week was packed!
According to one theory, the myths about Santa Claus may not be so far from the truth. What’s more, it’s all connected to a mushroom you might find in your local woodland!
UK Tree Champion Sir William Worsley led the charge in calling for everyone around the UK to get tree planting for National Tree Week. We talk to Sir William about why trees matter and why it’s so important for everyone to be part of protecting them.
Welcoming in National Tree Week, South Hams Tree Wardens planted 250 acorns of the remarkable Ria Oak. With provenance in mind, the acorns were matched for site and soil type, to withstand its harsh environment.