Woodland Trust’s free trees scheme urges community groups and schools to be part of a “green recovery”

Community groups and schools in the UK wanting to plant trees as to be part of a “green recovery” have until 14 August to get their applications into the Woodland Trust. Some 560,000 saplings will be made available, ready for the planting season, as part of the Woodland Trust’s free tree scheme. Packs contain a mix of UK sourced and grown native broadleaf species such … Continue reading Woodland Trust’s free trees scheme urges community groups and schools to be part of a “green recovery”

One million trees to be planted in the North of England as part of the wider Northern Forest

One million trees are to be planted in the North of England to protect against floods and build a carbon sink. Last month saw the planting of over 14,000 trees at Ogden Water marking the start of a partnership that will see one million trees planted on land owned by Yorkshire Water and leased by the Woodland Trust to help expand the White Rose Forest as … Continue reading One million trees to be planted in the North of England as part of the wider Northern Forest