Are you a secondary school or tertiary student researching trees in and around your setting grounds? You might be interested to see this research survey information from i-Tree Eco. This includes i-Tree Eco Edinburgh and i-Tree Eco Glasgow. Discover more about the ecosystem services provided by urban trees. Find more [...]
NatureScot have shared a news update on the Wee Forests in Scotland (31 May 2022). School children and local communities have planted more than 16,000 native trees as part of Scotland’s growing network of Wee Forests. Most Wee Forests have been planted near primary schools in areas with a lack [...]
Apply to the Tree Council for a fantastic opportunity and resources to help tackle the climate and nature crises by delivering a Young Tree Champion project in your school. Watch a video to hear about the experiences of some Scottish pupils and teachers. Deadline for applications is Thursday 3 February 2022.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority has added three new education case studies to the Biodiversity and Climate Change Education pack. The three new resources are focused on Trees and Woodlands, Water Bodies and the National Park’s Mission Zero journey to Net Zero.
The Tree Council along with The Week Junior Science+Nature have launched an exciting new writing competition, open to all children in the UK aged between 8 and 15. Your story can be a poem or a piece of prose and can be fiction or non-fiction. Closing date 25th November.
The I Dig Trees campaign from TCV and OVO Energy is providing 600,000 free trees to community groups and organisations across England, Wales and Scotland. Packs are available of 50 trees, including oak, birch and rowan. Maximum 19 packs per application. Trees can be ordered for delivery up to the end of March, but are going fast!