Aerial view of Spernal and Windmill Hill
News

Heart of England Forest volunteers recognised with Queen’s Award

2 June 2022
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Heart of England Forest
Heart of England Forest volunteers have just been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a local voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to an MBE.
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Managing ponds for biodiversity

3 September 2021
 by 
Imogen Rutter
We have been surveying and mapping all ponds found in the Forest to help us manage these important habitats.
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Farming the Forest way

1 September 2021
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Heart of England Forest
Find out how we nurture our livestock in the most natural way possible.
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Green Recovery Challenge Fund grant of £249,700 will help grow future Forest guardians

28 July 2021
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Heart of England Forest
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Meet the team: Outdoor Learning Officer Andrea

21 July 2021
 by 
Heart of England Forest
The work we do would not be possible without our brilliant team. Meet Andrea, our Outdoor Learning Officer.
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The importance of deadwood for wildlife

21 July 2021
 by 
Heart of England Forest
Biodiversity Intern Tasha tells us more about the importance of deadwood in creating niche microhabitats for a variety of wildlife in the Forest.
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Developing pollinator pathways

21 July 2021
 by 
Heart of England Forest
Pollinators are a vital part of a healthy, balanced eco-system, but they are in decline. We are encouraging pollinators in the Forest by creating pollinator pathways.
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