Twelve Trees that Defined my Lockdown – Part 2 — The Street Tree

In the first post, I wrote about how my lockdown urban nature rambles turned into my new book, London Tree Walks: Arboreal Ambles Through the Green Metropolis. Lockdown allowed me to really get to know parts of the city near where I live in north London, and as the rules eased, I ventured further afield, mostly on two wheels, and occasionally on public transport, allowing … Continue reading Twelve Trees that Defined my Lockdown – Part 2 — The Street Tree

Twelve Trees that Defined my Lockdown – Part 1 — The Street Tree

During Lockdown 1.0, I spent as much time as I could outdoors. Like many, I found it gave me an opportunity to appreciate nature on my doorstep even more than usual. Combined with a beautiful spring and the dramatic reduction in pollution, it seemed especially piquant. My lockdown urban nature explorations turned into a project which came to fruition in October with the publication of … Continue reading Twelve Trees that Defined my Lockdown – Part 1 — The Street Tree

Take a virtual tour of London’s street trees with author and blogger Paul Wood

London is a green city swathed with many trees and whether you live in the metropolis or further afield and have a keen interest in trees, you can join a guided virtual tour of some of the city’s trees by author Paul Wood this Sunday (5 July 2020). The event, organised by the Museum of Walking, will see the author and blogger take particpants on … Continue reading Take a virtual tour of London’s street trees with author and blogger Paul Wood