The Autumn 2018 Suffolk Biodiversity Information Service newsletter includes and article by STWN coordinator Frances Jannaway describing STWN developments. For other SBIS information visit their site.
National Tree Week in Suffolk got off to a grand start on 24 November with a project to plant 5,000 trees at Peacocks Farm, Wickhambrook,
south of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. The farm is managed by Greg Harrison who runs an organic box scheme and is beginning an agroforestry project.
Barwoods have planted 40 whips in Northfield Wood for national tree week.
On Sat. 24th Nov. 2018. We planted crab apple, hazel, blackthorn, rowan, hawthorn, dog rose and elder along Low Road in Bramfield.Continue reading “Bramfield Community hedge planting”
National Tree Champion praises Tree Wardens.
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Britain’s recently appointed Tree Champion, Sir William Worsley, has marked his preparations for this month’s National Tree Week by paying tribute to the thousands of dedicated and expert Tree Wardens around the country who work behind the scenes as unpaid volunteers all year round.