Intreeducing: The Beech
15 November 2018
Intreeducing her highness the majestic Beech, wise and learned Queen of the forest.
Why do we plant trees in winter?
30 October 2018
Planting trees isn’t as straightforward as you might think. Here we answer your most frequently asked questions.
My day of volunteering with Trees for Cities
24 October 2018
Christopher Hall from People's Postcode Lottery tells his story of volunteering with us in Edinburgh, where he learnt a lot about trees' impact on the environment – and on himself.
From Little Acorns...
23 October 2018
Author John Lewis-Stempel contemplates the oak tree’s place in British history – and why, in the future, it might be more important than ever.
Has your school made plans for Outdoor Classroom Day?
16 October 2018
Have you heard of Outdoor Classroom Day? It’s a huge global campaign that aims to inspire and celebrate outdoor learning and play.
Help us plant 25,000 trees in London!
9 October 2018
Roll up your sleeves and get involved in London’s biggest ever tree planting weekend.
The Lost Words: A Spell-Book
3 October 2018
Support our crowdfunder project to bring The Lost Words to every London state primary school.
1 October 2018
Feeling brave? Spend Halloween in a Haunted Forest, inhabited by killer trees and forest fairies.
Intreeducing: the Alder – a super hero tree pioneer!
28 September 2018
The Alder is a pillar of the tree community, supporting the survival of other species, and providing shelter to animals and humans too.
Is this Liverpool's healthiest school?
15 September 2018
From a vegetable vending machine to four-year old aspiring radish chefs - this Liverpool school is making the most of their Edible Playground.
Zero Waste: how to dash the trash
31 August 2018
It’s all over social media and the blogosphere, but how easy is it to go Zero Waste? For #ZeroWasteWeek, we’re examining 5 easy ways to dash the trash.
Back to School: advice for growing in September
27 August 2018
In our new series, our Edible Playgrounds team shares their knowledge of planting and growing, and learning outside. Take note!