“Tree Hunter meets the Tree Minister”

Tree hunter Rob McBride has been on an amazing journey with us – from Ancient Tree Hunt verifier to film star and now right through to directly lobbying the Secretary of State. Here’s what happened when Rob met Owen – read Rob’s personal account of the meeting at this link: Tree hunter meets tree minister. Thanks for sharing this with us, Rob!

Rob the Tree Hunter meets Owen the Environment Minister to talk trees

Rob mentions these films in his account –

Historic Shropshire Hedgerows removal plans…Mrs Elise Jones reads her objection letter:


Romanian family cutting tree ‘hay’ for animals:



*Keep the debate alive and catch up with more posts in our ‘Forests Report’ series: https://wtcampaigns.wordpress.com/category/forests-report-2/


About Kaye Brennan

Trying vegan, staying warm. Occasional bursts of words.
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4 Responses to “Tree Hunter meets the Tree Minister”

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  2. Tony says:

    To grab a politician’s attention for 35 minutes is a feat in itself, well done to the Tree Hunter. At least he has helped to indicate to all ministers, the love and respect for nature that the general public possess. We are watching every move that this and the next government makes, just like I suspect they are of us.

    • Kaye Brennan says:

      Rob is a total star, Tony – like so many of our supporters he is always willing to get out there and inspire others! Whether that’s in person or sharing photos, or in writing on websites and blogs as you do too. I’ll send the comments on this post to him so he can reply himself as well

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