Fern Alder, Faversham Tree Warden and founding organiser for Faversham Tree Week Festival, shares how she and colleagues overcame the limitations of lockdown to bring a self-guided tree trail to residents through unique handmade signage
As many of us continue to go on our daily outdoor exercise we are beginning to see the early signs that spring will soon be upon us, bringing a sense of hope for warmer weather and longer sunny days ahead. So, what are those key early signs of spring we can all be looking out for in the next few weeks?
Gemma Woodfall, Trees Outside Woodlands Project Lead at The Tree Council, updates us on the development of innovative trials testing some of the biggest issues facing the successful establishment of trees outside woodlands.
Worcestershire is one of the original Tree Warden Networks, and Wade Muggleton, Senior Greenspace Officer at the County Council, began coordinating the group around 18 years ago. In 2018, Wade shared his passion and expertise on BBC Gardeners World. This month we are delighted that Wade agreed to share a little more about his orchards…
30 elms to be planted to mark 30 years of tree wardening
Lewis Morrison, Head of Major Tree Planting Programmes at The Tree Council, updates on the 40,000 trees that have been planted so far alongside communities thanks to funding from Network Rail
Frances Jannaway, coordinator for Suffolk Tree Warden Network, shares an update on their fantastic work creating community tree nurseries
Last updated: 05/01/2020