Are we seeing signs of spring too soon?
Worrying reports are stating that spring is happening almost a month ahead of schedule, and this could be detrimental to our ecosystems. Team members share their insights and concerns about the effects of climate change on woodlands and future biodiversity.
Volunteering to help the Forest and the environment
From tree planting to wildlife monitoring, inspiring our future Forest Guardians and micro volunteering from home, discover six ways that our volunteers are helping us to grow the Forest and tackle climate change.
Wetland birds in the Forest
The areas of wetland found within the Forest are home to a variety of wetland birds and waders. Discover the species to spot when walking in the Forest.
Heart of England Forest receives £499,446 from the Trees Call to Action Fund
In partnership with three local authorities, the charity will lead a three year project to engage with landowners and local communities to increase tree cover across the landscape.
Spring flora of interest at Gorcott Hill Wood
The woodland floor at Gorcott Hill is a sea of colour with lots of springtime favourites, many of which indicate ancient woodland habitat.
Making space for nature at home
Our gardens are essential habitats and there are easy ways that we can make a big difference to nature at home and in our communities.
More reasons to visit the Forest this National Walking Month
Exciting developments that will enhance time spent in the woodlands offer more reasons to visit the Forest.