Thursday, 8th September 2011
Visitors to woodlands during the autumn will discover trees laden with edible delights. In September and October, the number of different ripe species explodes with fungi, fruits and nuts, such as beech nuts, bramble, hawthorn berries, juniper and rosehip, ready for picking. This year apparently the horseradish is particularly good!
Tuesday, 6th September 2011
The National Forest is taking part in a major EU study into how we look after the natural systems that are crucial for human wellbeing.
Wednesday, 31st August 2011
Dark clouds and showers did not deter the crowds at the National Forest Wood Fair on Bank Holiday Monday. Waterproofs and umbrellas only added colour to the scene and there were plenty of smiling faces through the rain!
Friday, 26th August 2011
Nature's autumn finale is coming early according to woodland experts in The National Forest. This year's exceptionally dry weather means that many leaves are already turning red and gold with their final dazzling display of colour, so the National Forest Company is urging people to get out into the woodlands and enjoy the autumn colours.
Wednesday, 3rd August 2011
As a mature elm is felled, a new dawn emerges for the beloved elm. And all will be revealed at The National Forest Wood Fair.
Thursday, 14th July 2011
The national Big Tree Plant which will help a million additional trees to be planted in England, has just announced its second round of applications.
Wednesday, 18th May 2011
With the bluebells fading and snowdrops a distant memory, it is now the turn of the showy summer wildflowers to splash vivid bursts of colour across The National Forest landscape.
Tuesday, 26th April 2011
With the weather getting warmer, now is the best time to hear the spectacularly loud dawn chorus in The National Forest.
Thursday, 18th November 2010
Plant a Tree in The National Forest is a perfect gift for your friends and family - and for the wildlife that lives in the woods.
Thursday, 21st October 2010
Funding for an award-winning environmental education project has been extended, thanks to a renewed commitment by Rolls-Royce to The National Forest.