The Woodland Trust have planted 50 million trees since 1972.
‘Native woods and trees are one of the best ways to tackle the climate crisis. And we’re pledging to get 50 million trees in the ground over the next five years, helping to put the UK on track to meet its carbon net-zero target.,’
The Woodland Trust needs more members to support us to continue our work to tackle the critical issues of the climate and nature crises. The Trust is currently doing this through working both practically, with a huge programme of tree planting and new woodland creation, and politically, by campaigning and badgering, those in power to take urgent action.