Ancient Tree Inventory blog
Ancient tree highlights from 2021Sally Bavin, Assistant Conservation Evidence Officer, 23/12/2021
Thank you to those who provided some of their highlights to share here, and thank you to everyone who has recorded a tree in 2021! Below are just some examples of amazing ancient trees that were recorded to the Ancient Tree Inventory, hand-picked by our volunteer verifiers.Read more
Have you watched our new videos?Tom Reed, 22/12/2021
This year The Woodland Trust has produced five new videos for the Ancient Tree Inventory as part of the Green Recovery Challenge Fund project.
The new videos were developed to enhance our existing recording guidance and to inspire people to help us map special ancient and veteran trees to the ATI.Read more
Green Recovery Challenge Fund - Devon Land & Heritage Ancient Tree SurveysMegan Dalton and Nic Harrison-White | Land & Heritage, 24/08/2021
In 2021 Land and Heritage working with Devon Wildlife Consultants surveyed 10 National Trust sites
on behalf of The Woodland Trust as part of the Green Recovery Challenge Fund project. The aim was to
determine their status and future threats/needs. The records will be updated on the ATI map shortly.
The blog and images below were produced by Land & Heritage to highlight some of the trees that were recorded during the surveys which stood-out due to their exceptional value.Read more
Visit to Grimsthorpe estateKate Lewthwaite, 19/08/2021
One warm summer evening, a small group of Woodland Trust staff set off for a social walk around Grimsthorpe Park, about 30 minutes away from our head office in Grantham, Lincolnshire.Read more
The importance of ancient trees for wildlife by Aidan ChampionAidan Champion, 26/07/2021
This introduction to the importance of ancient and veteran trees for wildlife was written by Ancient Tree Inventory verifier Aidan Champion as part of a student project in early 2021. In this article Aidan explains why ancient and veteran trees have such high biological value and share with us some examples of the variety of wildlife that they support.Read more