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Nature-based New Year's Resolutions for 2023

31 December 2022
 by 
Clare Lewis, Communications Volunteer
Tired of making New Year’s Resolutions that are waning by February? This year, why not make the simple pledge to get outside and connect with nature more often?
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Volunteering - A New Year's Resolution

4 January 2023
 by 
Jonathan Saunders, Volunteer Manager
The New Year invites us to be the best we can be, and volunteering can be a brilliant resolution to make.
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Songs of the trees

31 December 2022
 by 
Ed Leszczynski, Forest Projects Manager
Whilst out walking do you listen to the trees? The aural landscape of the Forest is sometimes missed, but the evocative sounds of the wind flowing through the different species of trees are well worth a listen.
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Forest highlights of 2022

31 December 2022
 by 
Heart of England Forest
At a time when our work creating and conserving the Forest for the environment, wildlife, and people has never been more important, the Forest continued to grow. As 2023 begins, Beth Brook, our Chief Executive, looks back on her top 10 highlights of 2022.
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Winter birds in the Heart of England Forest

31 December 2022
 by 
Heart of England Forest
Whether they are long-term residents or just visiting, the birds in the Forest in winter face many challenges that come with colder weather and shorter days. Learn more and discover some of our team members’ favourite winter birds.
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Nature-based New Year's Resolutions for 2023

31 December 2022
 by 
Clare Lewis, Communications Volunteer
Tired of making New Year’s Resolutions that are waning by February? This year, why not make the simple pledge to get outside and connect with nature more often?
Read more

Public support for more action to protect and grow forests revealed as COP15 begins

7 December 2022
 by 
Heart of England Forest
The Heart of England Forest has released new data indicating the overwhelming level of public support for greater action to protect our current woodland and forests and to create more to help address the biodiversity crisis.
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