News

Tree Charter pole takes root on the Irwell Sculpture Trail

13 November 2018

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.

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BLOG: The Big Butterfly Blog!

16 July 2018

The Big Butterfly Count, organised by Butterfly Conservation, will take place 20 July – 12 August 2018 and we’re showcasing the importance of trees and woods for our flying friends.

‘Crafty’ cows created by local schools to go on tour across Trafford this summer

9 July 2018

The colourful cows aimed to highlight the amazing wildlife around Sale Water Park, as well as show the links to the area’s history as former agricultural land.

Don't forget to water your trees...

4 July 2018

Whether it's a street tree outside your house or place of work, or trees recently planted as part of a woodland or schools project - we're calling on you to give trees some much needed hydration during this dry period.

Call for schools to help new trees take root across the region

12 June 2018

Environmental charity City of Trees is calling both primary and secondary schools to get in touch if they want pupils to help plant trees across Greater Manchester.

Manchester Festival of Nature #mfon

31 May 2018

Charities working hard to provide homes for wildlife and connect people to nature have joined up with Manchester City Council to plan the Manchester Festival of Nature next year. And this summer, #MFoN will be at the front of a social media campaign to inform people of how they can get involved in nature in and around the city centre.

BLOG: Volunteers Week: No student slacktivism for these ‘Tree Musketeers’

31 May 2018

To celebrate Volunteers Week (1 - 7 June) we ask City of Trees' volunteer Poppy Grange to share her volunteer experiences.

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