The Woodland Trust
31 Oct 2008
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The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading charity dedicated solely to the protection of our native woodland heritage.
They acquire woodland sites and bring them into their care and protection. Many woods were previously under threat from development pressure or unsympathetic management.
Their woods are sympathetically managed for wildlife and public enjoyment and their Woodland Officers organise their specialist care throughout the UK.
They also replace those woods that have been lost to landscape and create more new native woodland than practically anyone else in the UK. The Woodland Trust uses its experience and authority in conservation to influence others who are in a position to improve the future of native woodland. This includes government, other landowners and like-minded organisations.
They have a range of campaigns and are asking the public to become actively involved. You can find out more about this on their website where you can sign up for their newsletter and read more about their work.
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