The Tree Council have brought together a coalition of leading conservation organisations to develop Covid-aware tree planting guidance to ensure Tree Wardens and other volunteer groups can plant trees this autumn. Please read and share! Here is the guide as a PDF
This guide published by TCV is very helpful. https://treegrowing.tcv.org.uk/grow/tree-recipes/hazel
Also on here is a link to their free seed harvest handbook (PDF) well worth downloading.
Thank you Gary for sending this.
The John Innes Centre, are looking for Ash trees that are doing well close to other Ash trees that in comparison seem to be very heavily affected by ash dieback. Can you please help?
Tree Wardens. Now you are registered on the site you can create news items and post them yourselves. I look forward to them appearing in my inbox. I will review and approve them before they appear.
If you are yet to register please do so.
With so many outside events inhibited by Covid The Leamington Society has created a virtual tree walk. The story of six special trees in Jephson Gardens’ for Heritage Open Days 2020. Here is a link to the you.tube file.
This was sent to us by Alistair Graham Kerr. Thank you Alistair.
I have just uploaded a new page detailing the UK Government guidelines on TPO’s with comprehensive links to the full Government documentation.
Getting TPO’s posted can be difficult as can ensuring they are adhered to. This page is a resource to aid Tree Wardens and others in this task.
It is time for Tree Wardens to start applying for Trees and Hedgerow plants for planting next winter -2020 – 2021. Follow the link to find out more.
The Forestry Commission’s ‘Tree Health News’ for July has now been published.
The indexed month by month list is now on our resources page.
The Tree Council monthly newsletter for May 2020 is now published.
Tree wardens registered with the Tree Council will already have this sent direct by email.
I am sorry to report that in the last week there has been further clearance of medieval field boundaries in Wilby, mid-Suffolk. The latest 200m to be destroyed was permitted by Suffolk County Council (SCC) under their land drainage powers.