Ancient Tree Inventory blog
Guest Blog | The Special Ancient Trees of UK Golf Courses07/04/2020
Sometimes you may be surprised to find where the largest and most extraordinary trees have been recorded. With most golf courses being private access only, it is very easy to forget them as sites that have great potential for ancient trees!
Take a look at this special feature on the amazing ancient trees that can be found on some of the UK's golf courses, written by guest author James Hutchinson from the British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association’s (BIGGA).Read more
Ancient Tree Inventory | 2019 Annual SummaryDavid Alderman, ATI Admin, 10/02/2020
Since the start of the project, the ancient tree inventory (ATI) has continued to grow year after year with fantastic results, and 2019 was no exception! This blog has been created to share some of the key highlights and successes of the project from 2019.
Trees of the month | December 2019David Alderman, 19/12/2019
In this festive season it is interesting to see that 41 specimens of the common ivy (Hedera helix) have been recorded on the ATI....Read more
Highlights | September 2019David Alderman, 22/10/2019
September appeared to go by far too quickly, but not before 609 new trees had been recorded on the ATI of which 449 (74%) are already verified...Read more
Highlights | August 2019David Alderman, 24/09/2019
In August there were 556 new trees recorded, of which 425 (76%) were verified.Read more
Activity has mostly been in the north of England and Monmouthshire...