Food growing lessons at home
30 April 2020
The lockdown can be a great time to start growing food at home - get stuck in with the whole family!
Inspiring the next generation of tree-planters
20 April 2020
Over the four years of the Trees for Schools programme, we've helped 306 London primary schools make their school surroundings greener and healthier!
19 April 2020
It may feel frustrating to be in lockdown for this most beautiful of seasons, but we can still enjoy the delights that spring offers. It’s time to turn detective!
How to Haiku
17 April 2020
Haiku, the ancient Japanese form of poetry, is inspired by nature and has its roots in a deep appreciation of the natural world.
The weird and wonderful world of the plant hunters - part 4
2 April 2020
Adventuring from darkness to light – the final frontier.
The importance of urban parks and green spaces
1 April 2020
While taking the government’s social distancing guidelines into account, a run or walk in your local park or green space can be beneficial for both mind and body.
Growing together in isolation
31 March 2020
Are you spending a lot of time at home, but want to stay engaged, positive and productive? Why not start a virtual food-growing club with your friends or colleagues!
Does ivy kill trees?
19 March 2020
Could Ivy be the most misunderstood kid on the block?
Ripple Greenway: turning an unused park into a community hub
28 February 2020
“I never used to come here because I was scared to walk down here with my kids after school. Now we feel far more relaxed and walk to school here every day”.
Food waste is rubbish!
27 February 2020
How to make the most of your vegetables - one stem at a time!
Fighting climate change in towns and cities
24 February 2020
As part of a new grant from the Forestry Commission, we're happy to announce we'll be planting 10,000 urban trees in 11 cities across the UK. We can't wait to get stuck in!
Breakthrough Step Forwards in Monitoring Past Projects
12 February 2020
We’ve been planting woodlands in London for over 25 years. With new research, we’re able to take stock and look at the health of these trees in the first chapter of their lives.