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BLOG: Perfect Pollinators

This Greater Manchester Tree Month we kick off Week 1 with ‘trees and bees’ – celebrating our amazing pollinators, the role they play and how crucial trees and woods are for them to survive.

In this blog Dave Winnard from Discover the Wild looks at some of our pollinating species and top trees.

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Re-vitalising the health of our Heritage Trees

9 August 2017

City of Trees has been using the unusual technique known as Air-spading to help bring new life into Greater Manchester’s heritage trees.

City of Trees finalist in the North West Charity Awards

8 August 2017

City of Trees has reached the final stage in the North West Charity Awards process, as a North West Charity of The Year finalist.

Tree-mendous effort from Swinton Group staff

17 July 2017

Green-fingered colleagues at Swinton Group, the UK’s largest high street broker, partnered with City of Trees as part of the company’s commitment to plant trees in one of the most polluted areas of Greater Manchester.

Patagonia donates to WWI centenary project

17 July 2017

Through their 1% for the Planet Foundation, Patagonia have made a $3,000 donation towards City of Trees’ Heroes Wood project. This builds on the success of a crowd-funding appeal that took place last year, raising £51,650.

City of Trees to host walks and talk at RHS Tatton

17 July 2017

Working alongside Bruntwood in their Feature Garden the leading environmental charity will be delivering a range of activities to engage and inspire.

Wythenshawe woodland turns from ‘gloom’ to ‘bloom’

12 July 2017

Urban oasis Gorse Covert in the South Manchester suburb of Wythenshawe has been nominated for a North West in Bloom award.

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