Growing back to school
28 August 2020
As many pupils return to school, we have put together a bunch of great resources for parents, children and schools ranging from food growing to tree planting!
New Tree, Woodland and Nature resources
24 July 2020
Check out our brand new resource pack, created in partnership with Nature Nurture CIC and Sensory Trust as part of the Growing among Trees Project.
Our planting season impact in numbers
30 June 2020
Our planting season saw us plant nearly 100,000 trees with thousands of volunteers 💪 Not to mention our Schools programme which has grown bigger and better than ever!
Will you Run for the Trees?
20 June 2020
Ready, get set, run! Why Vera is racing to raise money for TfC.
Tree snaps: weekly photo challenge
16 June 2020
Join our new photography challenge! Every week we’ll release a new nature photo prompt, to encourage everyone to rediscover their urban trees and local green spaces.
Watch: We are Trees for Cities
1 June 2020
Check out our brand new film and join #GenerationTree today!
How to make your own bird feeder
27 May 2020
During lockdown, what could be better than bringing nature to your own doorstep? Make your own bird feeder and watch the spectacle!
Ecosia and Trees for Cities join forces for the NHS
12 May 2020
Trees for Cities and Ecosia have teamed up to launch an initiative to plant trees in and surrounding NHS hospitals in the UK.
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.