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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 13h
We're thrilled that our project funded by was shortlisted for "Breakthrough of the Year in the ! We're looking forward to attending the Awards Night tonight! Find out more about the project at
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Woodland Trust 14h
Only two days until the conference on in Stirling. We're looking forward to presentations from Sean Gerrity , Sir John Lister Kaye , , , and more!
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Woodland Trust 14h
A common tree in woods, hedgerows and gardens, bears its crop of nuts from late August. Hazelnuts are not only enjoyed by humans but woodpeckers, nuthatches, wood pigeons, jays and a number of small mammals too.
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Woodland Trust 15h
are warriors in the battle against . Reducing our carbon emissions will never be enough. It’s vital we grow a UK-wide patchwork of trees and .
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Kerri-Emma Dobson 17h
England Tree of the Year 2019 shortlist showcasing several inspiring examples of nature’s resilience. My favourite is the Fallen Tree in London which held on to life & continues to flourish despite nearly being wiped out in a storm
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Replying to @WookieeTamer
Thank you for your feedback. Yes, we may ask our members about the card again in our annual survey.
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Back from the Brink Sep 18
This Saturday! Come and make your very own bee instrument; learn about one of England's rarest and get at Victory Wood Heritage Day in . Don't miss out - all welcome! See you there:
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Nicola Siddons 16h
Spirit of the Medieval Huntress at Skipton Castle woods. A gorgeous woodland
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Postcode Lottery Press 16h
Cast your vote now to help name 's ! Players of have raised more than £11.2 million for this good cause, funding is helping support this annual initiative as well as their wider work to protect & restore native woodland.
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Woodland Trust 17h
Want for your ? Branch out and buy native trees from our shop! Every sapling that we provide is UK sourced and grown to minimise the risk of importing and spreading tree pests and diseases.
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Woodland Trust 19h
We believe life's better with - come and join us!
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Adam Cormack Sep 18
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Replying to @AnneFairweather
Hello Anne, our conservation work recognises the value of other wildlife-rich habitats and the benefits of woods and trees in habitat mosaics with habitats such as grasslands.
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Woodland Trust 20h
Replying to @Research_FTW
Thank you for your feedback Helen. We've passed this onto our planting team and will look into reviewing our guidance.
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Woodland Trust 20h
Hello, we have native juniper saplings available in our shop!
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Replying to @WoodlandTrust
So it is ill advised to eat blackberries after Michaelmas. Would you risk it?🤔
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Woodland Trust 21h
Replying to @WoodlandTrust
Yet the rule against eating blackberries after the 29th comes not from seasonality, but from the story of the Archangel Michael. When the devil was cast out heaven by Michael he landed on a bramble bush and was so mad he spit on the bush and cursed its fruit!
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Woodland Trust 21h
It’s time to eat as many as you can find before Michaelmas on 29th September. In medieval England, farmers used Michaelmas as a way to mark the changing of the seasons. It was a time to finish the reaping and start preparing for winter. 👇
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Woodland Trust 21h
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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