Working together for the love of trees since 1973.

The Tree Council brings everyone with a shared mission to care for trees and our planet’s future. We inspire and empower organisations, government, communities and individuals with the knowledge and tools to create positive, lasting change at a national and local level.

Our aims

  • To champion trees in everything we do.
  • To be the trusted voice of the tree sector.
  • To drive practical science and research into our treescape.
  • To enable dialogue and action in the sector, nationally and locally.
  • To encourage, inspire and persuade people of all ages and backgrounds to value and love trees.
  • To harness the energy, enthusiasm and expertise of our team, Tree Wardensand communities to plant, care for and protect trees and make a lasting impact on our world.
  • To lead and connect organisations and, together, persuade decision-makers, influence national policy and deliver local action.

We’re better together.

To help us to plant, protect and care for trees and hedgerows, why not consider donating or joining us as a volunteer Tree Warden? Organisations interested in becoming Members can learn more here.
Become a Tree Warden

Working with volunteers

We manage a national force of volunteer Tree Wardens who champion their local trees. They organise activities, fundraise, research and advise on trees and related topics.

National Tree Week - The Tree Council

Building partnerships

To lead and connect organisations to persuade decision-makers, influence national policy and deliver local action around our treescape.

Campaign with the Tree Council

Our science and research

We drive practical science and research into issues affecting our treescape such as pests and diseases, like our Ash Dieback Action Plan Toolkit.