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Woodland Trust🌳
We are the UK's largest woodland conservation charity. We'll try and reply to questions between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. 🌳
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Woodland Trust🌳 19h
Help us track the effects of weather and on near you with !
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Woodland Trust🌳 21h
berries are one of the easiest berries to identify, forming as small, bright red clusters. You can spot them from November to February. They're a vital source of food for birds in ❄️
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ArchbishopAcademy Dec 11
We are proud to have earned the Woodland Trust’s Green Tree Schools SILVER Award!
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @BellaBellap20
Thank you very much for the offer. Unfortunately, due to the risk of pests and diseases we can't accept saplings ourselves. Perhaps a local school or community group could use them for a planting project?
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @cartwrdg
Hi, any native tree is great and what is planted will depend on the habitat or what you have space for. We don’t plant non-natives so wouldn’t encourage planting conifers (we only have a couple of native conifers), but if that’s what you fancy in your garden that’s fine too!
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Helen Chesshire Dec 12
Discussing the merits of agroforestry with ⁦⁩ and dairy farmer ⁦⁩ - it’s the future for sustainable agriculture and a healthy environment ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Adam Cormack Dec 7
Thank you to the Guardian & Observer for making one of the 2019 Climate Emergency appeal charities. 🌳
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @BellaBellap20
Hi Isabella. We think the elm they’ll use is a non-native elm. It’s a great plan, but for our own work we would not plant this. We support research into a native or naturalised DED resistant elm. Research is ongoing, but for now elms are a very small part of our work due to DED.
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Darren Moorcroft Dec 12
Own or manage land? Want to create new woods & trees provides best practice advice + via support of our partners - subsidised tree & hedgerow schemes. Practical action = positive difference on farm for
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @DawesLizi
Thank you Lizi! 🌳
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Thank you ! The will involve planting more than 250,000 to create thriving new , fringed with and scattered with biodiverse ponds, open spaces, and swathes of species-rich grassland:
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
"It is like knocking down St Paul’s Cathedral, putting the pile of bricks somewhere else and trying to say it’s the same thing.” 108 areas of are threatened with loss or damage by
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
The HS2 project will cause direct loss to at least 61 ancient woods (57.8 hectares) and damage due to noise, vibration, changes to lighting and dust to a further 47 lying on or near the construction boundaries. Our ancient woods are irreplaceable and can never be recovered.
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @pdeepa
Thank you Deepa! 🌳
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @PaulMBigland @Dryad711
The HS2 project will cause direct loss to at least 61 ancient woods (57.8 hectares) and damage due to noise, vibration, changes to lighting and dust to a further 47 lying on or near the construction boundaries. Our ancient woods are irreplaceable and can never be recovered.
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @PaulJonsson1
Thank you Paul! 🌳
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @Eunomia_RandC
Fantastic, thank you! 🌳
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Sainsbury's News Dec 11
In our 150th year, we've planted '150 Woods' across the UK to show our commitment to preserving the environment for future generations. As part of our long-standing partnership with we've planted a total of 3.6 million native trees to date🌲
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
Replying to @SarahBurrough
Fantastic work! 🌳
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Woodland Trust🌳 Dec 12
The HS2 project will cause direct loss to at least 61 ancient woods (57.8 hectares) and damage due to noise, vibration, changes to lighting and dust to a further 47 lying on or near the construction boundaries. Our ancient woods are irreplaceable and can never be recovered.
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