World Environment Day (5 June) falls within the same month as Volunteers Week (1 -7 June). This is a wonderful opportunity to combine the two and give a little of your time to helping to make a difference to the environment.
A 15 ft high hand carved solid oak pole representing the Tree Charter’s ‘Make Trees Accessible to All’ principle has been unveiled at Drinkwater Park in Bury ahead of the first National Tree Charter Day on 24 November.
Ahead of National Tree Week, City of Trees shares the fascinating history behind the Native Black or ‘Manchester’ Poplar which grew out of the industrial revolution. Once a familiar site, and one of few trees to survive the heavy pollution, these Manchester-marvels are now a much rarer find!
Ahead of National Tree Week we’re celebrating some of our tree planting heroes! Support our #NationalTreeWeekHeroes campaign by donating £10 to help plant a tree. Donate online or text ROOT10 £10 to 70070.
Following on from the recent IPCC (UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report) which outlined the shocking risks of rising temperatures and flooding, the charity is hosting an event to look at how trees and GI can be part of the solution