To cast your vote for Britain’s National Bird go to:
Polling closes on 7 May 2015.
Each year the Tree Council hosts National Tree Week with the aim of promoting the benefits of forests and inspiring people to help plant around a million trees at sites across the UK.
This year National Tree Week runs from 29 November to 7 December 2014.
So whether you fancy helping to plant to forests of the future or just want to know more about trees, click here to find out about the events and activities happening near you.
Now that Spring is in full swing, what better time to kick off my new post series showcasing some of the most intriguing tree types Earth has to offer.
With many majestic examples to choose from, narrowing down the list to just ten was not easy…to find out what I chose, keep an eye on my blog…
Ever fancied getting involved in environmental research?
‘Track A Tree’ is looking for volunteers to become Citizen Ecologists, helping to capture changes in woodland trees and flowering plants during the Spring.
The project has been developed by researchers at the University of Edinburgh, supported by the Natural Environment Research Council and The Woodland Trust.
You’re free to choose which tree(s) to track – maybe there’s one in your garden or in a nearby park that would be ideal.
If you are based in the UK and fancy getting involved, click here for more details.